Protecting Water Sources

Winchuck RiverOregon’s fishable, swimmable, and drinkable water supplies are facing a number of threats from agriculture, logging, oil and natural gas, mining, sewage, and any number of other human impacts.  Local citizens and conservation groups want to ensure that there will be clean water for future generations to use, and to protect the health of current human and wildlife populations.

In addition to litigation, Crag assists partners and clients with other forms of nonprofit support as well as mediation, negotiation and conflict resolution.

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