more or get involved, click on any of the groups listed below:
selectively removing dams that don't make sense, we can restore rivers,
bring back fish and wildlife, improve recreation opportunities, and revitalize
more about dam removal as a river and fisheries restoration tool and how
you can become involved.
Our Wild Salmon Coalition
out how you can help recover Snake River salmon and the rivers and habitat
upon which they depend.
Ancient Forests & Wilderness Protection
Alliance for the Wild
protect the Northern Rockies Bioregion, a vast public wildlands that provides
habitat for wildlife populations including grizzly bear, gray wolf, woodland
caribou, anadromous salmon and trout, and a host of lesser known species.
about National Forest issues across the country. Join their Activist list
and take part in national efforts to protect ancient forests.
of Elk River
involved in the campaign to protect the pristine ancient forests of the
Elk River as the Copper Salmon Wilderness in the Siskiyou National Forest
in southern Oregon.
Canyon Preservation Council
protect and restore Hells Canyon-Wallowa and Blue Mountain ecosystems,
some of Oregon’s wildest country.
Range Conservation Group
defend wilderness, protect biodiversity, and restore ecosystems of the
Columbia River Basin.
part in the Wild Washington Campaign to protect what remains of our wilderness
heritage: clean water, open space, scenic beauty, native plants, fish,
wildlife and outdoor recreation.