LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Hello! The warm weather has finally come to Western Washington,…
Washington Water Watch: November 2019
Dear friends of CELP,
As the year winds down, the state drought declaration for 27 watersheds remains in effect, expiring April 4th, 2020. As winter approaches, snowpack levels continue to be less than average. These levels are critical to water supplies and replenishing aquifers. Our rivers and streams are already struggling to meet minimum instream flows, and climate change is further impacting our water supplies.
That’s why CELP has been working to protect and restore stream flows in watersheds around the state – work that is now more critical than ever. But we can’t do it alone. We rely on generous donations from our members and supporters to hold our lawmakers and agencies accountable for protecting Washington’s rivers and streams. Please consider helping us continue this important work by making a donation today!
In this issue, you will find information about the South Puget Sound chum run, CELP in the community, #GivingTuesday, and our Winter Continuing Legal Education workshop.
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27. Washington Water Watch: November 2019