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Find out how Washington Wild works to keep the state wild and green.

Jan 11 2018

Our Public Lands – A Legacy Worth Protecting

Posted on Jan 11, 2018 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Mount St. Helen’s National Volcanic Monument Photo by Nathan Johnsen The average life expectancy of the new car you just bought is 8 years. The best […]
Jan 11 2018

Over Two Dozen Groups Support Recreation Focused Road Repairs in Sky Valley

Today, Washington Wild coordinated a joint comment letter signed by over two dozen recreation and conservation groups, and local businesses to the Forest Service supporting key […]
Jan 3 2018

PAST ACTION: Support Road Repairs Providing Access in Sky Valley

The Forest Service is in the process of instituting a road repair project on the Skykomish Ranger District that would restore access to key recreation […]

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Washington Wild is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is defend, protect, and restore wild lands and waters in Washington State through advocacy, education, and civic engagement. Founded in 1979 as the Washington Wilderness Coalition, Washington Wild has been instrumental in protecting nearly 3 million acres of Wilderness in Washington State.

We believe that public lands are a public issue. By educating, empowering, and mobilizing our communities, Washington Wild builds powerful grassroots networks that help protect and restore wild lands throughout the state. Our supporters share our philosophy that Washington’s remaining wild lands have intrinsic value and are essential to our quality of life.

Photo Credits: Eric Michelson, Andy Porter, Elisa Rogers, Trevor Ducken, Nathan Johnson