Community Meeting:”The Threat of a Large Oil Spill – at What Cost to San Juan County?”

YOU ARE INVITED TO A COMMUNITY MEETING: “THE THREAT OF A LARGE OIL SPILL – AT WHAT COST TO SAN JUAN COUNTY?”Wednesday, May 8, 201911:00am – 1:00pmSan Juan Island Grange Hall, 152 First Street, Friday HarborWhat would a large oil spill cost all of us?  How long would it affect our communities, property values, businesses, and way of life?San Juan County’s Environmental Resources […]

Orca Emergency Response Bills PASS!!!

You did it, Safe Shippers! All four Orca Emergency Response Bills have passed out of the Washington State House and Senate! Thank you for your time and efforts to contact our representatives – they heard you ask for better protection of our Salish Sea. Here’s the scoreboard for these bills – all addressing the protection […]

Safe Shippers Support Oil Spill Prevention Bill HB 1578

The Oil Spill Prevention Bill (HB 1578) Safe Shippers have been watching and cheering on is still alive and active, and the Washington State Senate Ways & Means Committee is voting TOMORROW (April 4, 2019) on this important bill.   Please write to the committee TONIGHT and ask them to make it so.   For an easy way to […]

First Action of 2019 – Oil Spill Bill

Dear Safe Shippers,Here is our first action item of 2019 — I know you are ready! Let’s take this opportunity to ensure a healthy Salish Sea for all, especially for new baby L124 (aka Lucky).The Washington state legislature is in session and is pondering a set of bills that are designed to protect and restore the Southern Resident orcas by […]

Safe Shippers’ Swan Song of 2018!

Dear Safe Shippers, We have an opportunity to take our final action of the year — let’s do it for the orcas! WHAT? The Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Kalama WA Methanol Manufacturing and Export Project is open for comment. WHEN? Comments are due by 5:00pm on Friday, December 28, 2018.   THE BACKSTORY: In April 2016, […]

Safe Shippers to Canada: “Don’t SpOIL Our Waters!” Comments due Nov 20, 2018.

  Since 2014, Safe Shippers have been sending comment letters to Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) in order to protect our shorelines and our Southern Resident Killer Whales (SRKW) from the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project — the vessels from which would be carrying diluted bitumen (dilbit) Alberta Tar Sands right through critical orca habitat.Also since 2014, the Southern Resident orcas have lost […]