Hi Jeanne,

In our second newsletter of the year, we spotlight Columbia Riverkeeper’s “Saving Salmon” program area, which fights to protect salmon from dams, hot water, toxic pollution, and climate change. This issue focuses on how salmon unite us and the fight for recovery.

Read it now: PDF | Interactive | Podcast playlist if you’d prefer to listen

Our team breaks down the creative, gutsy strategies Columbia Riverkeeper deploys to work in solidarity with the Tribal Nations that are leading the charge to give salmon a fighting chance.

We also talk to Nez Perce Tribe Chairman Shannon Wheeler, a renowned leader and inspiration to us all. His powerful message of hope hits home: “It really gives us hope that people are starting to see that we can and should change how we do business, and how we affect the environment to achieve more positive outcomes for future generations.”

One of the perks of being a Columbia Riverkeeper donor is receiving this triannual newsletter. Thank you for your support.

It’s time to get real about salmon extinctions and the ripple effects on the people and cultures that rely on them.

Lauren Goldberg
Executive Director
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