Client Voices: 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.
Sid Friedman, Friends of Yamhill County

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...

Phillip Johnson, Oregon Shores

Phillip Johnson, Oregon Shores

The Way We Work: Phillip Johnson and Oregon Shores by Beth Keegan March 27, 2015 In this installment of The Way We Work, we speak with Phillip Johnson, Executive Director of Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition. Phillip has been involved with Oregon Shores since 1991,...

Francis Eatherington, Cascadia Wildlands

Francis Eatherington, Cascadia Wildlands

For this installment of The Way We Work, we're focusing on the recent victory that Crag and our clients Cascadia Wildlands, Center for Biological Diversity and the Audubon Society of Portland  achieved earlier this year.  In February,  the State of Oregon cancelled 28...

Alex Brown, Bark

Alex Brown, Bark

For this installment of The Way We Work we reached out to Alex Brown, Executive Director of Bark and a good friend of Crag’s.  Bark works with the community to protect the Mt. Hood National Forest, providing training and resources for activists looking to fight for...

Noah Greenwald, Center for Biological Diversity

Noah Greenwald, Center for Biological Diversity

In this month's installment of The Way We Work series we talked with Noah Greenwald, Endangered Species Director for the Center For Biological Diversity.  The Center works across the country to protect wild lands, waters, and endangered species.  Together, Crag and...

Sally Newell, Friends of the White Salmon River

Sally Newell, Friends of the White Salmon River

For the second installment of "The Way We Work", we interviewed the Vice Chair of the Friends of the White Salmon River, one of Crag's clients that has been continuously battling new legislation that would have changed residential zoning laws along the shores of the...

Julia DeGraw, Food & Water Watch

Julia DeGraw, Food & Water Watch

Crag's blog series, "The Way We Work," showcases the many facets of our work through the voices of our clients.  The series provides a glimpse of the variety of ways Crag supports individuals and organizations across the Northwest working to protect and sustain...

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