In celebration of National Rivers Month and the launch of our two new films, Lostine and River Democracy, the Pacific Rivers Board of Directors has generously offered to match up to $10,000 of donations during the next month.
This is a powerful opportunity to double the impact of a donation and support our work to ensure free-flowing, clean water; advocate for Wild and Scenic river protections; build fire resilient forested watersheds; and recover the Snake River’s endangered salmon before it is too late.
We know you understand the importance and urgency of this work and hope you will take this exceptional opportunity to double your support of Pacific Rivers.
Launched on the first day of National Rivers Month, our new film celebrates Senator Ron Wyden’s efforts to permanently protect nearly 4700 miles of free-flowing Oregon Rivers nominated by our fellow citizens as Wild and Scenic. These new Wild and Scenic Rivers will permanently protect our clean water and native species, improve fire resiliency, honor Tribal co-management, guarantee ongoing recreational and economic opportunity, and firmly establish Oregon as the country’s undisputed leader in permanent river protection.
As Senator Wyden explains in our new film, the River Democracy Act is about protecting Oregon’s treasures and, on our watch, truly doing something meaningful for the future of all our kids and grandkids.
The mission of Pacific Rivers is to protect and restore the watershed ecosystems of the West to ensure river health, biodiversity and clean water for present and future generations.