We at Crag value our deep connections to the people and places of the Pacific Northwest. These connections motivate the work that we do protecting the Pacific Northwest’s communities and natural legacy. Crag’s blog is a space where Crag attorneys, interns and volunteers write more personally about our work. In addition to our regular blog, we have created two blog series that highlight the work and perspectives of our clients and our former volunteers.
Client Voices (formerly The Way We Work) showcases our partner organizations and the work we do together.
Where Are They Now? highlights our former interns and how Crag has helped train the next generation of environmental leaders.
Supporter Spotlight tells stories of some of Crag’s long time supporters.
Where are they now? Kady Davis by Angela Arrington | Jun 29, 2020 Kady Davis, former Crag intern In this edition of Where Are They Now, I interviewed Kady Davis, a development and communications intern with Crag in 2015. She is currently the Development and...
In this edition of Where Are They Now, we interview Daniel Timmons who was a Legal Intern for Crag in the Spring of 2010. He currently works as a Staff Attorney for the WildEarth Guardian's Climate & Energy Program. During his first year at Lewis & Clark,...
Patricia Donohue was 20 years old on the first Earth Day in 1970. In this essay, she reflects on what led to the environmental movement, what we’ve achieved and what more we need to do.
When I first met Carl Annala he was high up on a ladder, shielded from the morning sun by a wide-brimmed hat, intently painting his mural on the side of Crag’s office.
Suzanne Moulton (Suzie) has dedicated her life and artistic talent to help raise awareness to endangered and threatened wildlife and natural resources. Most well-known for her work as a stop-motion fabricator, Suzie has worked on projects such as Coraline,...
Jessica Schafer, once an intern at Crag in 2006, has been on the frontier of environmental law and advocacy since her graduation from Lewis and Clark Law School, devoting her passion and time to protecting the environment. In this interview she shares how her Crag experience opened her mind to a different kind of environmental activism and career.
Lee Dayfield, a former Stoel Rives recruiter, later the initiator of Friends of Nadaka and now a professional grandma, has witnessed the birth and growth of Crag Law Center since even before the Co-Founders of Crag, Chris and Ralph, decided to start this law center in 2001.