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Earth Week Virtual Happy Hour: Methow Valley Headwaters and LWCF

Posted on Apr 22, 2020 in Brewshed, Conservation News, Mining, WA Wild Blog

Wherever you are today, however you celebrate, we hope you have a happy Earth Day 2020! Five decades have passed since the first Earth Day was held across the United States. While there is much more work to do for a happier and healthier earth, we are excited to celebrate how far we have come with you!

Our third virtual Happy Hour was a dual headliner. Pamela from Icicle Brewing and the Washington Brewers Association joined us to share how everyone can support their favorite local breweries. We also discussed the successful Methow Headwaters Campaign and Land and Water Conservation Funding with videos accompanying each topic. 

For 40 years, Washington Wild has worked tirelessly to combat the attacks on our wild places and keep them protected for generations to come. It is because of this hard work that we are able to protect places like the Methow Headwaters and continue the legacy of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Please take a moment to celebrate these wins with us.

Thank Congress for Protecting the Methow Valley and Land and Water Conservation Funding here.

Tomorrow will conclude our 4-day happy hour series in celebration of Earth Week. We will be featuring roadless old-growth forests in Washington and beyond! Hear from Brewshed Alliance Partner Lucky Envelope and Rick Hegdahl, Pacific Northwest Director of the Vet Voice Foundation.


Click here to watch all of our previous happy hour sessions.

There is still time to register. Sign up for the remainder of our Earth Day Virtual Happy Hours here.

If you are able, please make a donation today so we can continue this important work. We are excited to share we have a $2,500 match thanks to some generous board members and major donors. Give today and double your gift!