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Apr 21 2022

Racist Names Have No Place on Public Lands

Posted on Apr 21, 2022 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Racist Names Have No Place on Public Lands

It’s past time we begin the process of rooting out racist and offensive names on our public lands. Across the United States, thousands of lakes, mountains, trails, and other natural features contain racist, derogatory, and offensive names. These names perpetuate a legacy of harm to Indigenous communities, communities of color, women, and other marginalized communities.  […]

Apr 11 2022

11th Annual Earth Week Keg Walk Benefitting the Washington Brewshed Alliance

Posted on Apr 11, 2022 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
11th Annual Earth Week Keg Walk Benefitting the Washington Brewshed Alliance

After a two-year pause, the beloved Latona Pub Handtruckin’ Earth Week Keg Walk is back! All kegs delivered during Earth Week are done so by non-motorized means. Walking, biking, hand-trucks, and more are used to transport kegs across the city.  The week culminates in an Earth Day Celebration at the Latona Pub on Saturday, April […]

Apr 8 2022
Apr 7 2022

Holy Mountain Releases Winter’s Run in Support of Brewshed Alliance and Wild Steelhead Coalition

Posted on Apr 7, 2022 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Holy Mountain Releases Winter’s Run in Support of Brewshed Alliance and Wild Steelhead Coalition

Purchase 4-packs and t-shirts for pickup or delivery.  Join us on Wednesday, April 13, to celebrate the release of Winter’s Run from Brewshed Alliance member, Holy Mountain Brewing! A portion of proceeds from this hoppy pale ale benefits Washington Wild and our friends at the Wild Steelhead Coalition. The release party begins at 6pm with remarks […]

Mar 30 2022

Welcome New Brewshed Alliance Member, Watts Brewing Company!

Posted on Mar 30, 2022 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Welcome New Brewshed Alliance Member, Watts Brewing Company!

Join us in welcoming the newest member of the Brewshed®️ Alliance, Watts Brewing Company! Based in Bothell, Watts Brewing is a small, independent brewery dedicated to brewing better beer. Their brand takes inspiration from the family bee business, which started over 50 years ago to supply bees to farmers to sustainably pollinate their crops. ⠀ […]

Mar 25 2022

Washington Wild Coordinates Letter Requesting Funding for Legacy Roads and Trails

Washington Wild Coordinates Letter Requesting Funding for Legacy Roads and Trails

On March 16, Washington Wild sent a letter to Senator Patty Murray requesting additional funding be allocated to the recently reinstated Legacy Roads and Trails program to jumpstart the backlog of repairs and improvements needed for watershed protection. The letter—undersigned by 183 conservation, recreation and wildlife organizations, elected officials, and local businesses— expresses gratitude for […]

Mar 9 2022

Over 200 Chefs, Fishermen, and Food professionals Support Salmon Restoration in the Snake River

Posted on Mar 9, 2022 in Conservation News, River Management, WA Wild Blog
Over 200 Chefs, Fishermen, and Food professionals Support Salmon Restoration in the Snake River

In recognition of the extinction crisis facing many Northwest salmon populations today, more than 229 food professionals – chefs, brewers, market owners, farmers, fishermen, and others from across Washington State – sent a letter today to Gov. Jay Inslee, Sen. Patty Murray, and Sen. Maria Cantwell. To the food professionals, salmon is much more than […]

Mar 8 2022
Feb 24 2022

Silvercity Brewery Releases Washington Wild IPA to Support Wild Lands and Waters

Posted on Feb 24, 2022 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Silvercity Brewery Releases Washington Wild IPA to Support Wild Lands and Waters

We were thrilled when Silver City Brewery joined our Brewshed Alliance last summer and we’re even more thrilled to share that they have released a benefit collaboration beer this month: Washington Wild Cold IPA! This limited-release is the latest in their outstanding Silver Linings Series, with a portion of sales benefitting our work to protect the wild lands and […]

Feb 16 2022

Successful lawsuit halts mining threat in Green River Valley near Mount St. Helens

Posted on Feb 16, 2022 in Conservation News, Mining, WA Wild Blog
Successful lawsuit halts mining threat in Green River Valley near Mount St. Helens

On January 31, a US District Court vacated decisions made by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the United States Forest Service (USFS) that would have enabled mining exploration near Mount St. Helens. The order concludes a lawsuit brought by Cascade Forest Conservancy (CFC) and represented by Earthrise Law Center and the Western Mining […]