Act Today: Take down dams that harm orcas and salmon!

In the Pacific Northwest, four dams on the lower Snake River have been driving Chinook salmon and Southern Resident orcas toward extinction for decades. It’s time for them to go.

These outdated dams are causing salmon populations throughout the Snake River system to plummet. In turn, the orcas that depend on those salmon for survival have been starving and dying – for years, orcas have struggled to birth and feed new calves.

This grim situation needs to end. We’re calling on the Department of Energy to push Congress to deauthorize those dams so this ecosystem can begin to heal and recover. Help us succeed by adding your signature today!

Act today: Sign today to push Congress to remove the four lower Snake River dams to save Pacific Northwest orcas and salmon!


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