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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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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Conservation groups ready to go to court over endangered species harmed by north-central Washington dam

Sep 13, 2018 | News Release Today, river advocacy groups notified federal agencies and a local public utility of their intent to sue over harm inflicted on Similkameen River endangered steelhead and threatened bull trout by Enloe Dam. New video evidence shows fish at the base of the dam unable to access stream areas above […]

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Columbia River Treaty Negotiating Team out of step with Northwest Values

Sept 6 in Portland: Northwest residents encouraged to speak with U.S. State Department at “Town Hall” meeting on future of the Columbia River and Treaty Contact: Greg Haller – greg@pacificrivers.org (208) 790-4105 (Pacific Rivers) Joseph Bogaard – joseph@wildsalmon.org  (206) 286-4455   (Save Our Wild Salmon/SOS) Trish Rolfe – trolfe@celp.org (206) 829-8299 (Center for Environmental Law & […]

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