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Mar 16 2020

WDFW Receives $27 Million in Funding from Legislature

Posted on Mar 16, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
WDFW Receives $27 Million in Funding from Legislature

The Washington State Legislature has provided the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) with $27 million from the State General Fund in the supplemental operating budget, which will fully […]

Mar 10 2020

Washington Wild Joins 325 Conservation Groups in Opposing Efforts to Weaken NEPA

Washington Wild joined hundreds of conservation groups from across the U.S. to file formal comments today with the Trump administration opposing its plans to gut the rules that govern the […]

Mar 5 2020

Bill to protect critical salmon habitat from suction dredge mining passes Senate

Bill to protect critical salmon habitat from suction dredge mining passes Senate

Today, a statewide coalition of more than 160 conservation, recreation, and wildlife organizations, local businesses, electeds, and Tribes celebrated the Washington State Senate’s vote to approve legislation that would ban […]

Mar 5 2020

Local Media Highlights Need for Mining Reform to Protect Salmon, Orca Whales

Local Media Highlights Need for Mining Reform to Protect Salmon, Orca Whales

A coalition of more than 150 conservation, recreation and wildlife groups, faith leaders, and local businesses are working to pass meaningful reform of motorized suction dredge mining in Washington rivers […]

Mar 3 2020
Mar 1 2020

Fremont Community Welcomes Aslan Brewing Co., Celebrates Release of Rocket Fuel

Posted on Mar 1, 2020 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

On February 29, Brewshed Alliance member Aslan Brewing Co. released a very excellent Mocha Horchata Brown Ale called “Rocket Fuel” to celebrate their brand new Fremont location. A bit more […]

Feb 27 2020

Op-Ed by Rep. Derek Kilmer, Roy Nott Published in The Seattle Times

On February 27, The Seattle Times published an Op-Ed by Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA-06) and Roy Nott, an Aberdeen resident and former timber CEO. The piece highlighted the passage of […]

Feb 25 2020
Feb 24 2020

Coalition Supports Funding for Legacy Roads and Trail Program

Coalition Supports Funding for Legacy Roads and Trail Program

Today Washington Wild coordinated a comment letter to the Washington Congressional Delegation signed by 58 conservation, recreation, and wildlife organizations, electeds, and businesses. In 2019, the U.S. Forest Service’s (USFS) Legacy […]

Feb 21 2020

Washington Wild Executive Director Testifies in Olympia in Support of Skagit Headwaters

Washington Wild Executive Director Testifies in Olympia in Support of Skagit Headwaters

Today, Washington Wild’s Executive Director testified in Olympia before the House Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Committee in support of a SJM 8014 which Requests that British Columbia work […]