Take action to stop orca and salmon extinction

Southern Resident orcas are starving because their primary food source -- Chinook salmon -- is being driven to extinction, in part by four federal dams on the lower Snake River.

A recent draft report by Sen. Murray and Gov. Inslee shows that the services the four Lower Snake River dams provide can be replaced -- which means that, with urgent action this year, we can prevent salmon extinction. They are now seeking public comment until July 11 while they finalize their recommendations.

Breaching these four dams on the Lower Snake River is the single biggest opportunity we have to restore key salmon populations that the Southern Resident orcas and Northwest communities rely on.

But it won't happen without your support. Take action now to ask decision-makers to remove the Lower Snake River dams.

Subject: Draft LSRD Benefit Replacement Study