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Change requires hard work, dedication, hope and vision. We need your help.
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Learn the Facts

Dam Breaching Essentials gets you started.

Check out a variety of video, audio, radio & music videos in the Multi-Media Menu.  If you’re just learning about the issues and haven’t yet heard Jim Waddell speak, don’t miss his 5.4.2016 video presentation there.

Write & Call To Your Representatives

Contact your elected representatives and federal agency officials and ask them to support  immediate breaching of the Lower Snake River dams.

Show Up at a Public Utility District Meeting

Speak up and demand change from your PUD There is a good chance that where you live is powered by Bonneville Power Authority, the vendor of the hydroelectric power in the Columbia/Snake River system.  Public Utility Meetings are frequent and open to the public. Make a public comment or submit a resolution that these dams need to be breached to save salmon, orcas, and ratepayer money! Contact us to receive coaching on how to effectively get the support of your utility leadership. Nothing feels more empowering that standing up for what you believe in. 

Show Up at a Rally

The next event is March 1-22, 2020 in Portland, Oregon, where together we will demand  that the Army Corps of Engineers “Free the Snake!” https://marchforthedams.com/

Host a Screening

The easiest way to inform many people at once is to host a                        screening of Dammed to Extinction at your                                                            home/library/community center. Contact us for a copy and an                invitation to have a discussion afterward.

Sign the petition

Sign the Petition to Prevent Southern Resident Orcas from being Dammed to Extinction.

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Breach the Lower Snake River Dams to save Southern Resident Killer Whales