The newly formed Local Actions Non-Dam Alternative (LAND) steering committee is looking to develop holistic and sustainable flood reduction projects in the Chehalis Basin. Over the last two decades, flooding events in the Chehalis River Basin have been alarming and hazardous for many local communities. The Chehalis River Alliance supports a non-dam alternative and released … Continued
News Category: Healthy Watersheds
Use our action form to contact BC Premier John Horgan and other provincial ministers stating your opposition to mining in the Skagit Headwaters.
Letter from WA Legislators to B.C. Premier John Horgan highlights transboundary threats from industrial mines and tailings dams, calls for reform.
WILD NW Action Alert #314: Ask state lawmakers to sign a letter calling for mining reform in British Columbia to protect Washington waters.
Washington must demand action from British Columbia on mining regulatory reform before it’s too late.
A dozen groups sent a letter to Governor Inslee asking him to call on B.C.’s provincial government in Victoria to better regulate mines that threaten Washington rivers and downstream fish, wildlife and communities.
A panel discussion with important stakeholders about the threat of B.C. mining operations to transboundary watersheds, salmon & communities, co-hosted by Conservation Northwest and Salmon Beyond Borders.
Resolution sponsored by NWF’s Washington and Alaska affiliates calls on Congress to pressure pressure Canadian officials to strengthen mining protections.
While a bill protecting the Skagit Headwaters did not pass, we’re still committed to protecting downstream ecosystems and communities from Canadian mines.
Read our op-ed in The Seattle Times with local tribal and fishing leaders, then join us in taking action for Healthy Watersheds!