Hi Friend,

I’m excited to share a unique opportunity to see Columbia Riverkeeper in action—live from the White House, no less! 

Today at 11 a.m. Pacific (2 p.m. Eastern), you can livestream a White House ceremony celebrating the historic Columbia Basin Restoration Agreement

I’m attending the ceremony along with Columbia Riverkeeper’s amazing Board President Emily Washines. Emily is an enrolled Yakama Nation tribal member who has devoted her professional and scholarly career to uplifting Native language, history, culture, and women’s rights. I can’t think of a better person to represent Columbia Riverkeeper at an event celebrating salmon recovery and tribal rights, and I’m honored that I get to be by her side.  

Columbia Riverkeeper is honored to work in solidarity with the many Tribal Nations whose dedication and leadership made this historic agreement possible. This agreement—between the federal government, tribes, states, and organizations including Columbia Riverkeeper—acknowledges the urgent need to recover abundant salmon while working to replace the energy, transportation, and irrigation services provided by the four Lower Snake River dams.

I hope you can tune in at 11 a.m. and see what your support for Columbia Riverkeeper has helped build!

Emily Kao
Advancement Director

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