A big thank you for everything you’ve done this year! Your monetary support, and your ongoing letters and emails to King County and others have made a BIG difference!
If you haven’t renewed your membership yet for 2018 (renewal letters went out but we probably missed some folks), or if you haven’t joined us yet as a member, please consider a visiting our website’s Donation page to make a $20 membership donation.
Membership says a lot about an organization. A solid and large membership speaks to the seriousness of the issues we are addressing. It represents a population of like-minded people in the community. This credibility has been very important when RRCG Board members have gone to speak to King County officials, whether it is the Permitting Department, or Council Members. It also shows our strength when we’ve gone to meet with countless other community groups to seek support or assistance.
Your membership contributions, additional donations, and support through our fundraisers go directly towards the work that supports our mission. We are an all volunteer group.
Our 2017 Successes
Plans for 2018 and beyond
We are hopeful you will renew your membership. If you haven’t become a member, it’s only $20 for a year. Since RRCG is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your membership and additional contributions may be tax deductible.
How to Donate/Become a Member - Its Simple!
Just click on DONATE!
Please visit this website often for updates and information about the quarry issue as well as other conservation efforts in the Raging River Watershed.
Raging River Conservation Group
Please note the ANSWER from DPER regarding property issues:
24._The quarry operator shall be responsible for any damage to nearby properties, including domestic water supply wells, attributable to blasting on the subject property. Claims for any such damage shall be the responsibility of the affected property owner and the quarry operator to handle directly between themselves, but a failure of the quarry operator to respond in good faith to any such claim may be cause for denial of future grading permits, or prohibition or restriction upon future blasting.