Save Our wild Salmon depends on your support and advocacy!
Public officials and decision-makers must pay close attention to the interests and priorities of their constituents. When we sit down at meetings and make requests of policymakers, we're representing you and all of our supporters. The more of us there are, and the more they hear from you and others, the more power and influence we have to make change and right wrongs.
We bring you and all of our supporters into every phone call and meeting! The more often that our state and federal officials hear from you - emails, phone calls, hand-written letters, social media posts and more - the stronger we are. Please take a moment now to take action below. Check back here frequently for updates and new alerts. Share this link and these alerts with your family and networks.
We need YOU to elevate issues, ask for leadership, thank our representatives when they do the right thing, and to hold them accountable when they don't!
(1) SUBMIT PUBLIC COMMENT ON MURRAY/INSLEE'S 'DRAFT LSRD BENEFITS REPLACEMENT REPORT' BEFORE JULY 11, 2022: Sen. Murray and Gov. Inslee are now accepting public comment on their Draft LSR Dams' Benefits Replacement Report through July 11. This comment period provides a critical opportunity to (i) communicate appreciation to Sen. Murray and Gov. Inslee for their leadership and (ii) demonstrate strong support for Congress and the Biden Administration to move quickly in 2022 to develop and begin to implement a comprehensive regional solution that includes lower Snake River dam removal and the replacement of their services in a manner that moves everyone forward together.
(2) WASHINGTON STATE residents: Contact Senator Cantwell: Thank Senator Cantwell for her past leadership to protect salmon - and urge her to help develop and deliver a plan this year to restore the Snake River and its salmon.
(3) EVERYONE: Write to the Biden Administration today: Ask the Administration to work with Northwest Tribes and members of Congress to develop a plan this year - 2022 - to remove the lower Snake River dams and to protect and restore endangered salmon!