The Way We Work

We at Crag are dedicated to supporting our partners and clients in any way we can. We deeply value their commitment to environmental issues across the Pacific Northwest and want more people to know about their work. We also want to highlight how we work together with these environmental leaders in order to make change happen through the legal system.

In this blog series, we have interviewed some key environmental leaders we work with to showcase our partner organizations and the work we do together.

Steve Rouse, Rogue Advocates

Rogue Advocates has been empowering Rogue Valley residents for over a decade. Elizabeth Allen’s interview with Steve Rouse explores how Crag & Rogue Advocates work together to empower communities through Oregon’s land use process.

Bark – Courtney Rae

“We believe that the forest should be managed to the best benefit of everyone and that the commercial extraction priority does not serve the greatest public interest,” says Courtney Rae, Bark’s community organizer.

Neighbors for Clean Air – Mary Peveto

In this installment of The Way We Work, we talked to Mary Peveto about Neighbors for Clean Air and their work to ensure the public has a voice when it comes to the air that we breathe. It is really easy for people to ignore a seemingly invisible problem like air...

Vivian Satterfield, OPAL Environmental Justice

Crag Law Center and OPAL Environmental Justice have worked together on transit rights and with disadvantaged communities. Crag and OPAL have attempted to give these communities a voice through legal aid. We sat down with Vivian Satterfield, Deputy Director, to learn...

Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky, Columbia Riverkeeper

Crag Law Center has had a strong relationship with Columbia Riverkeeper for several years.  We continue to aid in their fight to protect the Columbia River from coal and natural gas export terminals.  Our partnership also works to protect water quality.  In this...

John DeVoe, WaterWatch of Oregon

For this installment of The Way We Work, we spoke to John DeVoe, executive director of WaterWatch of Oregon.  Working to establish balanced water policy, protection and restoration of streamflows, and protection of threatened native fish, WaterWatch has partnered with...

Sid Friedman, Friends of Yamhill County

In this installment of The Way We Work, we speak with Sid Friedman from Friends of Yamhill County.  Crag Law Center has been working with Friends of Yamhill County through various land use projects, a large part of our work here at Crag.  Crag has had dozens of these...

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