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  • River Cleanup on the Klickitat

    [ November 23, 2014; 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. ] What: River Cleanup – Local volunteers to collect trash from the most popular fishing places on the lower Klickitat River.
    When: Sunday, Nov. 23 at 10:00 am
    Where: Klickitat Trail Head
    Details: Bring your own gloves. Plastic bags will be provided.
    For more information email: klickitatriver@gmail.com

     

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  • 10 Years of Victory over LNG Celebration!

    [ November 20, 2014; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] What: Pizza & Potluck celebration dinner! Bring a side dish or a dessert
    Where: Grace Episcopal Church – Parish Hall 1545 Franklin St., Astoria
    When: Thursday, November 20, 2014 6:00 – 8:00 PM

    Celebrate a major campaign milestone with Columbia Pacific Common Sense, Columbia Riverkeeper and the outstanding community that has protected the Columbia River from dangerous liquefied [...]

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  • Riverkeeper Field Trip

    Last week Columbia Riverkeeper’s entire staff converged in Columbia City and Astoria for a field trip, and listening sessions with local activists. We had the pleasure of hearing our friends to share their stories of why they love the Columbia and why they work to protect it. A special thank you to Paulette & Jim [...]

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  • October Member Spotlight: Kristine Hopkins

    Kristine Hopkins
    Kristine started as a Water Quality Monitor in 2012 and today helps the Portland office with projects and events. She is a forward thinking, insightful and hardworking with a strong commitment to protect our rivers. Her belief that we all have a moral obligation to be a part of protecting our water, air, and [...]

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  • Radioactive Waste Cleanup Deadlines at Hanford

    The U.S. Department of Energy (Energy) missed a major cleanup deadline at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and now the agency’s regulator, the Environmental Protection Agency, is planning to start levying fines of up to $10,000 per week.

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  • State approves extension for leaking Hanford tank cleanup

    The Washington Department of Ecology agreed to allow a three-month extension to complete waste removal from the leaking double-shell tank AY-102 at the Hanford nuclear site.

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