Photos: Saving Pacific Salmon

Saving the
Pacific Salmon
Photos by Chris Jordan-Bloch & Others
The multitudes of salmon once known by rivers like the Columbia, Sacramento and Klamath are mostly memories—victims of dams, habitat loss, water diversions and other human-caused problems. Earthjustice is working to change that. Learn about communities sustained by salmon runs and the ongoing efforts to save the imperiled species.

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Ohio constituents walks past the U.S. Capitol as they head to their meeting in the Hart Senate Office Building. (Matt Roth)
Health & Toxics
Farmworkers Demand Protections from Pesticides

Coming from across the nation and from the frontlines of exposure to high levels of toxic pesticides, farmworkers met with their members of Congress on July 16, 2013 to call for stronger protections from pesticides.

Walt Desatoff looks out the window of his bedroom at the oil field across the street from his home in Shafter, California. (Chris Jordan-Bloch)
Climate & Energy
Going to Extremes in the Golden State

In California, there is no regulation of fracking, even as the state faces sudden growth in oil drilling. And those on the frontlines of that energy rush are troubled.

Bison in Yellowstone. (Tom Murphy)
Wildlife & Places
Images of Tom Murphy

Wildlife photographer Tom Murphy is well known for documenting the beauty and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. See his photos and experiences from decades of hiking, camping and skiing across Yellowstone, a place he refers to as "one of the finest wild land ecosystems in the world."