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Celebrate Waters 2022

Please join us for an evening of food, drink, and celebration—Thursday, September 15th—as we recognize CELP's accomplishments over the past year, and honor those dedicated to protecting and restoring Washington waters. Tickets are $55 ea, available for purchase here.

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Taking Pride in our Waterways

Seattle, WA – Getting out in the community to talk with folks about Washington’s waters is critical to achieving CELP’s mission. With summer here and COVID restrictions easing, our Communications & Outreach Coordinator, Kaeli, was thrilled Pride in the Park…

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Washington Water Watch: End of Year Edition

Dear Friends, We are wishing you very happy holidays and hope you are doing well! This year, as we all continued to be impacted by the COVID pandemic, CELP went through some big changes and accomplished exciting victories. We welcomed…

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Washington Water Watch: October Edition

Dear Friends, We hope you’ve enjoyed the few sunny October days and are doing well. During the rainy season, don’t be tricked into thinking we don’t have water supply issues. We will hear forecasts of endless days of rain, but…

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Washington Water Watch: September Edition

Dear friends, As we are finally starting to see rain again, we reflect on a surprising water year. Hydrologist track and measure water on a different time cycle than a standard calendar year. A water year is measured from October…

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Washington Water Watch: August Edition

Dear friends, As the dry, hot weather continues, we are increasing water conservation efforts, protecting streamflows, and keeping an eye on our water resources. Drought and fire season started early, putting our water resources in dire shape. Fifty-nine percent of…

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Washington Water Watch: May & June Edition

EDIT: The newsletter includes a save the date for Celebrate Waters. The date has since changed to September 9th. Dear Friends, As we approach summer, we at CELP are keeping an eye on our water resources. This winter and spring…

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Washington Water Watch: March Edition

Dear Friends, It has now been over a year since the start of the pandemic, and all our lives have changed. We hope you and your loved ones have stayed safe and well. All of us at CELP have adapted…

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Washington Water Watch: November Edition

As the year approaches its end, we have all had to rethink how we do many things including work, school, birthdays and holidays. But that hasn’t stopped us from doing our work to protect and restore our river flows through…

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Washington Water Watch: August Edition

Dear friends of CELP, As the summer winds down in this crazy year, I hope you all got a chance to get out and recreate on Washington's amazing rivers and streams, a great way to recharge from the stress we…

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