When you donate, you directly support our mission to protect, preserve, and restore Washington’s waters through advocacy, policy reform, public interest litigation, and education. Combining these tactics, we work to ensure the equitable and sustainable management of our most precious resource: water. Our vision for the future is that Washington State will have clean and abundant waters to support healthy communities, thriving ecosystems, and climate resilience. Thank you for helping us make this vision a reality
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Membership dollars enable CELP to act decisively to do what needs to be done, when it needs to be done. When we work with politicians, government agencies, businesses, and special interest groups on water issues in Washington, we speak on behalf of our members across the state, but also specifically in their neighborhoods, regions, and districts. The more voices we have, the more impact our message has.
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