Outreach priorities in 2020: Olympic Peninsula
CELP recently helped defend the Dungeness Watershed Instream Flow rule on behalf of Ecology and scored a major win for water resources in the North Olympic Peninsula. However, the fight to ensure freely flowing rivers sufficient to support salmon is far from over. Because the Peninsula contains some of the last remaining pristine river habitat in Washington, conversationalists are faced with a unique opportunity to preserve what we have rather than restore what has been degraded.
Outreach in 2020 is focused on connections and activities on the Olympic peninsula to build support for smart water policy. We want to ensure that good management plans such as the Dungeness rule become the standard for conservation, and that there is a community willing to stand up against policies that would threaten rivers and water resources.
TBA- most outreach events for the summer have been cancelled due to COVID-19. We’ll update this page as opportunities arise.
Are you looking to make partnerships? Would you like CELP to participate in your event or speak to your group/community? Do you just want to talk about working together to protect rivers and water? We would love to hear from you! CELP is always interested in pursuing new partnerships and opportunities, please reach out at email@example.com