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Washington Water Watch: August 2020

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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Flowers in foreground with Reflection Lake body of water midground. Trees and mountain in the background.

Washington Water Watch: June 2020

Letter from the Executive Director Dear friends of CELP,We hope you are all staying safe and healthy. As CELP staff continues into its fourth month of working from home, we continue to stay focused on our mission, but our work continues…

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Washington Water Watch: March/April 2020

Arianna Signorini Dear friends of CELP, We wanted to check in with you. We hope you are staying safe and healthy. All of us at CELP are happy to connect with you during this time. We are fortunate to be…

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Washington Water Watch: February 2020

Dear friends of CELP, This year started off unusually warm and wet with Seattle experiencing its 3rd warmest January on record and the wettest start to the year in over a decade. January was Washington's 12th warmest on record and…

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Washington Water Watch: January 2020

Dear friends of CELP, Happy New Year everyone! CELP is entering 2020 focused on our mission to protect, preserve, and restore Washington's waters.  This year we will continue our outreach to connect people to the impacts of climate change and…

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Washington Water Watch: November 2019

Photo: Kayla Jo Media 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…

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Washington Water Watch: September 2019

Check out our newest Washington Water Watch newsletter: Photo: John Osborn Dear friends of CELP, Summer is winding down, and hopefully most of you got a chance to get out and enjoy the wonderful recreational opportunities on our rivers. But…

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Washington Water Watch: May 2019

Dear friends of CELP, As you may have heard, Governor Inslee declared an emergency drought declaration back in early April. Since then, he has expanded that declaration to nearly half of the state. Poor water supply conditions and warmer and drier…

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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…

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Washington Water Watch: November 2018

In this issue,  you'll find articles about Election Day, our litigation work relating to the Enloe Dam and Dungeness River rule, our Annual Winter CLE, and more. Read the October 2018 issue of Washington Water Watch here.

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