“The president doesn’t make law. He implements and executes the law. So, if he doesn’t follow the law — or his subordinates, including the director of the EPA, don’t follow the law — we can win those fights in court. We’ve done it before.”

That’s our own Puget Soundkeeper Chris Wilke, talking about the work of Waterkeepers under the new federal administration. He spoke with Tyee Bridge, the former Fraser Riverkeeper, in the latest issue of Waterkeeper magazine.

The interview covers a lot of ground, including Soundkeeper’s work to improve protection from toxic PCBs in our waterways.

Read the full interview on Waterkeeper’s website.