Showcases our partner organizations and how we work together to protect the PNW’s natural legacy for all.
Weekly blog features written by a variety of Crag contributors.
On National Endangered Species Day it’s important to remember that protecting our forests is essential to saving plants and animals from extinction.
There are many reasons for the increasing number of wildfires. Year-round outreach, education and dialogue about wildfires can help us better protect communities and the health of our forests.
Light ahead for our environmental justice work by Allison Milionis | Apr 29, 2021 Nearly 30 years ago, President Clinton signed an executive order directing federal agencies to “identify and address” adverse environmental impacts from federal projects on vulnerable communities. However, because it wasn’t a law, communities didn’t have legal recourse to fight if federal […]
Surfrider Foundation: Charlie Plybon by Rena Kittredge | Apr 22, 2021 In this edition of Client Voices, I interviewed Charlie Plybon, the Oregon Policy Manager at Surfrider Foundation....
Crag Executive Director Courtney Johnson sat down with Nat Moon of KBOO Community Radio. Take a listen to their 20 minute conversation about the important work done by coalitions and communities against polluting industries, and the role Crag plays in supporting these groups.
Native Fish Society: A Tale of Two Conservationists by Danica Leung | Apr 8, 2021 In this edition of Client Voices, I interviewed Tom Derry and Jennifer Fairbrother, the Director of Wild Steelhead...
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...
n this edition of Client Voices, I interviewed Jim and Fuji Kreider, founders of the Stop B2H Coalition, a grassroots organization based in La Grande, OR.