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Liz Judge
Director of Media Relations
Tel: 415-217-2007

Jared Saylor
Campaign Director
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Kari Birdseye
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Maggie Caldwell
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Brian Smith
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Debra Mayfield
Community Partnerships Manager
Tel: 202-797-5222

September 29, 2008
New standards for development in Puget Sound floodplains likely
August 13, 2008
Findings illustrate danger of Bush proposal to dump Endangered Species Act
August 12, 2008
Conservation groups plan to file appeal
August 12, 2008
Move is next step in Bush administration strategy to dismantle Northwest Forest Plan
August 8, 2008
Hearings board rejects weaker requirements for municipal stormwater regulation
August 4, 2008
Plan would blanket region's people in stew of pollution
July 30, 2008
Positive first step toward getting pesticides out of water
July 28, 2008
Coalition sues EPA for failing to protect farmworkers, children, and wildlife
July 24, 2008
Endosulfan already banned in the European Union and 20 nations including Cambodia, the Philippines, and Tonga
July 3, 2008
Marbled murrelets outmaneuver timber industry efforts to remove protections
June 17, 2008
Groups call on Congress for long-term legislative solutions to West Coast salmon crisis
June 13, 2008
State water law found unconstitutional
May 5, 2008
Plan for Columbia-Snake River Basin buries science, ignores dam removal
April 21, 2008
Court overturns decision to deny trout protection in lower Columbia River and southwest Washington
April 7, 2008
The pesticides poison farmworkers and drift onto rural schoolyards and homes