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Washington Water Watch March 2016

Check out the latest issue of Washington Water Watch! In this issue, you'll find an article on the takeaways for water resource issues from the legislative session, our petition for higher water flows on the Spokane River, an article by CELP…

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Washington Water Watch January/February 2016

Check out the latest issue of Washington Water Watch! This edition features water issues in the legislature, an update on Dungeness River litigation, and news about the WSU Water plan and Columbia River Treaty letter. Meet our new Development and Outreach Coordinator…

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Water Watch Issue November/December

Check out our newest issue of Washington Water Watch! In this issue, you'll find articles about Ecology's Rural Water Supply Workgroup, the success of CELP's December 3rd CLE event, and our most recent job opening. You will also be introduced…

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Washington Water Watch September 2015

Check out the September edition of our newsletter, Washington Water Watch. You will find an article on our recent legal action to stop pollution from the Leavenworth Hatchery, Ecology's new Reclaimed Water Rule, an update on our H2KNOW campaign, and information about…

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Washington Water Watch August 2015

In this month's newsletter, you'll find an update on Washington's drought, an article about the H2KNOW campaign currently going on in Spokane, a profile of Frank James, one of CELP's board members, and more water news. Check it out here.

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Washington Water Watch July 2015

Check out our July edition of Washington Water Watch!  In this issue you will find an article discussing why CELP has resigned from the Icicle Work Group, a profile of one of our board members, John Roskelley, an announcement that CELP has sent a…

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June Edition of Washington Water Watch is Out!

Our June edition of Washington Water Watch is now available. Check it out here! This month, we profile our new board member, Brady Johnson, discuss our intervention into a law suit filed that challenges the Dungeness Instream Flow Rule, update our work…

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Washington Water Watch May 016

Check out our May edition of Washington Water Watch - we discuss the EPA's new Clean Water Rule, a report released in January 2015 by Earth Economics about Outdoor Recreation in WA, and give updates on litigation and CELP in…

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Upper Columbia United Tribes, Water Heroes 2015

The five tribal members of the Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT) include the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, the Spokane Tribe of Indians, the Kalispel Tribe of Indians, the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, and the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho. Even…

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Washington Water Watch April 2015

Click here to read our newest installment of the Washington Water Watch newsletter. This month, you'll find articles introducing our new Staff Attorney, Dan Von Seggern, discussing the drought declaration in the state, the status of the Enloe Dam Hydro Project, a summary of the recently released"Freshwater…

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