We've launched our new environmental justice program, and we’re advocating for a new bill that protects our communities from oil spills as well as reviewing two contaminated sites in the Tacoma Tideflats that are being removed from the Hazardous Sites list.
Citizens for a Healthy Bay Names Kenny Coble as New Environmental Justice Program Manager and Emily Pinckney as New Community Justice Organizer
Strengthening its efforts to engage the community in Puget Sound Protection and Environmental Justice, CHB hires Kenny Coble and Emily Pinckney.
We're making mountains of progress in our efforts to stop new fossil fuel growth in the Tacoma Tideflats, we've hired a new bay patrol manager, and held our second annual Breakfast for the Bay!
Bay Patrol is our cornerstone program at Citizens for a Healthy Bay, and as we continue to protect our local waters and engage the community in our work, we are thrilled to add Sam to our team. His passion and enthusiasm for clean water is clear, and he'll be a major asset to Citizens for a Healthy Bay.
The Protect Tacoma Tideflats coalition and Stand Up To Oil issued the following statement after it was announced that U.S. Oil submitted a permit application for another expansion of its refinery in Tacoma’s Tideflats.
Why we need to protect our streams, wetlands, and rivers by fighting for the Clean Water Rule, explore why the Occidental Chemical cleanup is so important to Commencement Bay and Puget Sound, and get up to date on the latest news regarding the Coski sand and Gravel Mine.
- Sound Status Update – January 2018
- Citizens for a Healthy Bay Names Kenny Coble as New Environmental Justice Program Manager and Emily Pinckney as New Community Justice Organizer
- Sound Status Update-September-October
- Citizens for a Healthy Bay Names Sam Kulla as New Bay Patrol Manager
- Coalition Response to New U.S. Oil Expansion Permit Application
Coalition Response to New U.S. Oil Expansion Permit ApplicationSeptember 12th, 2017
Citizens for a Healthy Bay Names Sam Kulla as New Bay Patrol ManagerSeptember 20th, 2017