Celebrate Water

Join us at Ivar's Salmon House on June 15th to honor Dr. John Osborn at our annual Celebrate Water event.

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The Center for Environmental Law & Policy is a statewide organization whose mission is to protect, preserve and restore Washington’s waters through education, policy reform, agency advocacy, and public interest litigation.

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Why Water Matters

Water is our most finite and precious natural resource. Yet, we are failing to protect this life-sustaining resource, and depleting our rivers and aquifers.

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How We Work

We use our expertise in water law and policy to advocate for sustainable stewardship of Washington’s ground and surface waters.

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Icicle Creek, Leavenworth Federal Fish Hatchery

News Release For immediate release, May 4, 2017 Contacts – Trish Rolfe, Center for Environmental Law & Policy (CELP),  206.829-8299 Kurt Beardslee, Wild Fish Conservancy,  425-788-1167 Brian Knutsen, Kampmeier & Knutsen, PLLC,  503-841-651 Court: Leavenworth Federal Fish Hatchery violating Clean Water laws Federal agencies required to upgrade federal fish hatchery to protect Icicle Creek, Wenatchee […]

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May 13 in Revelstoke: 4th international “One River – Ethics Matter” conference

Ethics & Treaty Project News Advisory – issued May 3 Revelstoke B.C. to host “One River – Ethics Matter” conference on dams, reservoirs, Treaty, past and future of the Columbia River Righting historic wrongs, advancing river stewardship during climate change is focus Saturday, May 13 Contacts: Laura Stovel lstovel0@gmail.com 250.814-8971 Kokpi7 Wayne Christian (Tribal Chief, […]

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