Orca & Salmon: Remove Enloe Dam

Free the Similkameen River

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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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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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Washington Water Watch: November 2018 Edition

In this issue,  you’ll find articles about Election Day, our litigation work relating to the Enloe Dam and Dungeness River rule, our Annual Winter CLE, and more. Read the October 2018 issue of Washington Water Watch here.

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Join CELP and CCA Lower Columbia to Learn about Protecting Streamflow and Fish Habitat in Southwest Washington

Join the Coastal Conservation Association Washington’s Lower Columbia Chapter for their November meeting and learn about protecting streamflow and fish habitat in southwest Washington. CELP’s Water Policy Organizer Nick Manning will be presenting and discussing protection efforts for the Cowlitz, Lewis, Grays and Elochoman Rivers. Bring questions and a friend (or two). Food and drink […]

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