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Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
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Northwest/Pacific Region 

For over 15 years, American Rivers has been the lead voice for river conservation in the Pacific Northwest. Founded to restore the regionís once-magnificent wild salmon runs, our Northwest office is today known for its effective advocacy on a host of issues from dam removal to water supply to Wild and Scenic River protection. Through transforming dam operations, we have been instrumental in restoring well over 600 miles of salmon and steelhead habitat on the Deschutes, Clackamas, Cowlitz and Lewis rivers and we negotiated agreements to remove dams on the White Salmon, Sandy and Hood rivers. 

Looking forward, we are working closely with state leaders to reshape the way water is managed, ensuring that rivers stay healthy while meeting the needs of the regionís communities. With global warming shrinking mountain snowpack and bringing more intense floods and droughts, our work to protect the Northwestís rivers and fresh water is more important than ever.

About the Office

Meet our Staff

History & Accomplishments

Northwest Advisory Council

Northwest/Pacific Offices

Seattle Office
4005 20th Ave West, Suite 221
Seattle, WA 98199
206-213-0334 (fax)

Portland Office
320 SW Stark Street, Suite 412
Portland, OR 97204
503-827-8654 (fax)

Northern Rockies Office
P.O. Box 1330
Bozeman, MT 59771
Cell Ph: (406) 570-0455

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