The following organizations work within the water arena
in the Pacific Northwest. We encourage you to find out more about them, as well
as others through your own research.
This video features Alberto Rodriguez from the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition who discusses his community driven work and optimism for the future of equity in Seattle. Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition supervises the Superfund cleanup and manages outreach and educational programming about the Duwamish River.
Center for Environmental Law
and Policy brings its water law expertise to help citizen groups and tribes
throughout Washington protect their rivers, streams and aquifers.
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance protects and preserves the waters of Puget
Sound by monitoring, cleaning up, and preventing pollutants from entering its waters.
Puget Sound Partnership is the state agency leading the cleanup and restoration of Puget Sound.
Washington Water Trails Association preserves and expands public access to marine
shorelines, lakesides, and inland riverbanks, while advocating and educating
for environmental stewardship.
Surfrider Foundation Seattle Chapter is dedicated to improving the health of Puget Sound and Washington Coast.