To improve water quality by advocating and, when necessary, litigating for increased regulatory control of water pollution and for stronger enforcement of water quality-related laws.
Strengthen our monitoring programs to produce quality data that can be used by regulatory agencies or courts to improve water quality.
Education and Outreach
Expand education and outreach opportunities to engage greater numbers of people and influence a change in individual behaviors that cause water pollution and aquatic habitat degradation.
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On December 22, 2020, seven train cars on a 108-car BNSF train carrying Bakken crude oil derailed in Custer, Washington, north of Seattle. Five of the cars caught fire and sent off a large plume of black smoke, prompted temporary evacuation orders within a half-mile...
This month, the Sandpoint City Council approved a new city code, Title 7, Chapter 16, Watershed Protection. The purpose of this chapter is to promote the health, welfare and safety of Little Sand Creek. Little Sand Creek, which sits beneath Schweitzer Mountain and...
Proposed Rock Creek Mine Developments The Rock Creek Mine Project is a proposed underground copper and silver mine located in Sanders County of northwestern Montana. The proposed mine will be situated on 481 acres adjacent to the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness Area and...
Who are we?
We protect the water quality of the Clark Fork/Pend Oreille Watershed so that our local waterways remain drinkable, fishable and swimmable for future generations.
How can you help?
We are a grass roots organization that depends on community support. Our volunteers & members are the heartbeat of our organization and your support is critical.