We are a strong and growing group of citizens working to stop the world's largest fracked-gas to methanol refinery and export terminal from being built along the Columbia River in southwest Washington. No more fossil fuels! Enough is enough. Keep it in the ground.

URGENT: Complete this Online Form telling Gov. Inslee to say NO to Methanol.
Contact Governor Inslee:
  • Phone: 360-902-4111 or 855-863-4214. Can call daily.
  • FAX: 360-753-4110
  • E-message through the Governor's website
  • Twitter¬†@GovInslee¬†and Facebook @WaStateGov
  • Snail Mail: Gov. Jay Inslee, Office of the Governor
    PO Box 40002, Olympia WA 98504-0002

Tell Gov. Inslee to publicly oppose the methanol refinery and protect WA from a massive increase in fossil fuel use and infrastructure. As our "green governor" he must stand by his commitment to the Paris Accord and work to reduce causes of global warming, not allow this single refinery to increase WA's fracked gas use by 38%, that's the wrong direction! Governor Inslee -- be our climate champ.

Upcoming Events, Meetings, and Actions

Tue 1/9 6:00pm Monthly Organizing Meeting with Columbia Riverkeeper
*** Note date changed to second Tuesday this month only. ***

Location: Antique Shop Meeting Hall (next to Poker Pete's)
5:30-6:00 Doors open at 5:30 for meet & greet social time
6:00-7:30 Meeting
Get updates on status of legal actions, plan events, and help stop this massive methanol refinery. Need info? Contact Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky.

Click HERE for list of other regular meetings (port, city, etc.).



What Can You Do?


Regular Local Meetings

When possible attend Port, City, and County meetings. Wear red!
Provide public testimony to voice our concerns to elected officials.

TUESDAYS
  • Every Tuesday 9:00 am Cowlitz County Commission Meeting at the Cowlitz County Administration Building, 207 N. 4th Ave., Kelso, 3rd floor.
  • First Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 pm Monthly Organizing Meeting with Columbia Riverkeeper at either the Kalama Masonic Lodge, 162 N. 3rd Street, Kalama Community Building, 216 Elm Street, or the Antique Shop Meeting Hall, 154 N. First Street. Get updates, plan events, and find out how you can help. Or just come listen, learn, and meet your concerned neighbors. Doors open at 5:30 for social gathering time. See you there!
WEDNESDAYS
  • Most Wednesday mornings: Local activity that could involve waving "No Methanol" signs to greet drivers, making new event-related signs, sign maintenance, etc. Time/Location varies, typically starts at 8:30 am or 9:00 am. Team Lead: Gary Wallace (Always confirm details with Gary.)
  • First and third Wednesdays 7:00 pm Kalama City Council Meeting at the Kalama Community Center, 216 Elm St. See meeting info/schedule.
  • Second and fourth Wednesdays 5:30 pm Kalama Port Commission Meeting at the Port's Headquarters, 110 W. Marine Drive. See schedule.
  • Third Wednesdays 5:30-7:00 pm Landowners and Citizens for a Safe Community (LCSC) Monthly Meeting at the United Methodist Church Sanctuary, 2851 30th Ave, corner of 30th and Pacific Way, Longview.

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Columbia Riverkeeper is the lead organization assisting the community fight this refinery. The Senior Organizer for Columbia Riverkeeper on this campaign is Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky (503-929-5950).

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