Allie Rosenbluth, Rogue Climate

In this edition of Client Voices, I interviewed Allie Rosenbluth, the Campaigns Director at Rogue...

Earth Day 2021

Join our fight by supporting Crag’s legal aid for the environment during Earth Month! Earth Day is a day of action, celebration and recognition for the earth and the communities and organizations who work to protect it. Crag is excited to be part of Earth Day Oregon, a statewide initiative to celebrate sustainably-minded businesses and earth-focused nonprofits, like Crag, on Earth Day and throughout the month of April.

Another Victory against Jordan Cove LNG for Coasts, Communities, and the Climate

On February 8th, 2021 Crag won another historic victory against the proposed Jordan Cove liquified natural gas export terminal and fracked gas pipeline in Southern Oregon.

Fighting Unlawful Construction of Perennial Windchaser Fracked Gas Power Plant

Crag is representing Columbia Riverkeeper and Friends of the Columbia Gorge to challenge ODOE’s unlawful decision to allow Perennial WindChaser to begin building their fracked gas power plant.

Victory for Roosevelt Elk – Chiloquin, Oregon

Victory for Forests & Elk - Chiloquin, Oregon 2020Roosevelt Elk - Photo by Stephen Baker, BLM...

craglogo_369uCRAG LAW CENTER – WHO WE ARE

Crag is a client-focused law center that supports community efforts to protect and sustain the Pacific Northwest’s natural legacy. Implementing a unique model of legal aid for the environment, Crag balances the scales of justice by offering our clients free or low cost legal services in combination with assistance on campaign strategies, communications, community organizing and media relations.

Allie Rosenbluth, Rogue Climate

Allie Rosenbluth, Rogue Climate

In this edition of Client Voices, I interviewed Allie Rosenbluth, the Campaigns Director at Rogue Climate, a long-time Crag partner working towards energy justice in Southern Oregon. We discuss Allie’s work and her passion for community-based organizing fighting for a...

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Earth Day 2021

Earth Day 2021

Join our fight by supporting Crag’s legal aid for the environment during Earth Month! Earth Day is a day of action, celebration and recognition for the earth and the communities and organizations who work to protect it. Crag is excited to be part of Earth Day Oregon, a statewide initiative to celebrate sustainably-minded businesses and earth-focused nonprofits, like Crag, on Earth Day and throughout the month of April.

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Celia Parry – 2021 Intern

Name: Celia Parry Education/Professional Background: Sophomore at Pomona College studying Politics and Biology Hometown: Portland, OR What brought you to Crag?: I grew up going on hikes in the Columbia Gorge, and Oregon’s natural beauty was what initially instilled in...

Megan Schmiesing – 2021 Intern

Name: Megan Schmiesing Education/Professional Background: B.A. in  Environmental Analysis from Pitzer CollegeHometown: Mountain View, CA What brought you to Crag?: I am passionate about protecting the environment and supporting healthy communities and I was drawn to...

Natalie McNeill, 2021 Intern

Name:  Natalie McNeill Hometown: Redding, CT What brought you to Crag? I want to pursue environmental law and I am particularly interested in plaintiff-side nonprofit legal work. I thought an externship at Crag would be a great way to apply what I have learned in law...

Andrew Alsdorf, 2021 Intern

Education/Professional Background: B.A. Economics and Psychology, Georgetown University. J.D. University of Colorado Law School. LLM, Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Lewis & Clark Law School (anticipated Spring 2021). Former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney...

Rena Kittredge – 2020-2021 Intern

Education/Professional Background: Lincoln High School (2020-2021 Junior) Hometown: Portland, OR What brought you to Crag?: I found Crag’s website while looking for environmental nonprofits to volunteer at for the summer, and Crag fulfilled both of my interests in law...

Danica Leung – 2020-2021 Intern

Name: Danica Leung Education/Professional Background: Lincoln High School (2020-2021 Junior) Hometown: Portland, OR What brought you to Crag? After hearing about Crag through a friend, I was inspired by Crag's work advocating for local communities.  Because my...

Evelyn Mailander – 2020-2021 Intern

Name: Evelyn MailanderEducation/Professional Background: Earned my B.S. in Anthropology from Oregon State University, and have been working in sustainable food systems more recently. Hometown: Eugene, ORWhat brought you to Crag?: I'm applying to law school to attend...

Sierra Killian – 2020 – 2021 Intern

Name: Sierra KillianEducation/Professional Background: B.S. in Earth Systems from Stanford University. I currently work as a legal assistant at Metropolitan Public Defender, and before that I was a research associate at the Environmental Law Institute in Washington,...