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Washington Water Watch: April 2019

Dear friends of CELP,  It’s been a while  since our last Washington Water Watch and CELP has been busy working to protect and restore Washington’s waters. This year is shaping up to be a critical year for water in Washington, as the Department of Ecology just declared a drought in  three  watersheds: The Upper Yakima, Okanogan, and Methow. This could be bad news for fish and our population of Resident Orca’s.

 

March was unprecedentedly dry, and it is likely to only get worse from here. The coming months are forecast to be warmer and drier than normal, putting more and more areas around the state at risk. The warmer the summers get with Climate Change; the more frequently droughts are likely to occur. The only way we can proactively combat this is to start planning now and encourage the state to prioritize sound sustainable water policy. All this makes CELP’s work more critical than ever, but our work would not be possible without supporters like you. We rely on our generous donations from our members and supporters to hold our lawmakers and agencies accountable for protecting Washington’s rivers and streams. Renew your membership today on our secure website.

 

In this issue you will find information about this year’s Celebrate Waters and GiveBIG campaign, CELP’s newest staff members, an upcoming Ethics Conference, a recap of CELP’s first ever Lobby Day as well as Winter Waters, a legislative wrap up and more.

 

Sincerely,
 Trish
Trish Rolfe
Executive Director
trolfe@celp.org

 

P.S. April 22nd is Earth Day and CELP will be working to protect Washington’s rivers and streams! You can help support that work by Making a donation today!

 

Click HERE to read the full report. 

Washington Water Watch
1. Washington Water WatchMarch 2015
2. Washington Water Watch April 2015
3. Washington Water Watch May 016
4. Washington Water Watch July 2015
5. Washington Water Watch August 2015
6. Washington Water Watch September 2015
7. Water Watch Issue November/December
8. Washington Water Watch January/February 2016
9. Washington Water Watch March 2016
10. Washington Water Watch April 2016
11. Washington Water Watch May 2016
12. Washington Water Watch June 2016
13. Washington Water Watch July 2016
14. Washington Water Watch: August 2016
15. Washington Water Watch: October 2016
16. Washington Water Watch: December 2017
17. Washington Water Watch January 2017
18. Washington Water Watch: February 2017
19. Washington Water Watch: March 2017
20. Washington Water Watch: April 2017
21. Washington Water Watch: May 2017
22. Washington Water Watch: July & August 2017
23. Washington Water Watch: November 2018
24. Washington Water Watch: April 2019
25. Washington Water Watch: May 2019
26. Washington Water Watch: September 2019
27. Washington Water Watch: November 2019
28. Washington Water Watch: January 2020
29. Washington Water Watch: February 2020
30. Washington Water Watch: March/April 2020
31. Washington Water Watch: June 2020
32. Washington Water Watch: August 2020
33. Washington Water Watch: November Edition
34. Washington Water Watch: Jan. & Feb. 2021
35. Washington Water Watch: March 2021
36. Washington Water Watch: Summer 2021
37. Washington Water Watch: September 2021
38. Washington Water Watch: December 2022
39. Washington Water Watch Archives
40. Washington Water Watch May 2023
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