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Sep 8 2022

We’re hiring! Communications and Engagement Manager

Posted on Sep 8, 2022 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

Photo Courtesy of Robert Garlow Washington Wild is looking for a passionate and skilled individual to join the team as our Communications and Engagement Manager! This role is responsible for […]

Nov 10 2020
Oct 7 2020

Washington Wild Signs Letter Opposing Trump Executive Order Banning Race and Gender Sensitivity Training by Federal Agencies

Posted on Oct 7, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Signs Letter Opposing Trump Executive Order Banning Race and Gender Sensitivity Training by Federal Agencies

On October 1, Washington Wild and 120 environmental organizations across the nation — together representing millions of members and supporters — sent a letter to nine U.S. Senators and Representatives […]

Aug 19 2020

We’re hiring! Communications and Engagement Manager

Posted on Aug 19, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

  Washington Wild is looking for a passionate and skilled individual to join the team as our Communications and Engagement Manager! This role is responsible for implementing targeted communications to […]

Jul 2 2020

WA Wild, Conservation Organizations Provide Comments on North Fork Nooksack Vegetation Management Project

Posted on Jul 2, 2020 in Conservation News, North Cascades, WA Wild Blog

The Wilderness Society, Washington Wild, American Whitewater, and American Rivers provided comments on a scoping notice for the North Fork Nooksack Vegetation Management Project.  The project is located on the […]

Jan 14 2020

Support for Reform of Motorized Dredge Mining in Washington Rivers Grows

Posted on Jan 14, 2020 in Conservation News, Mining, River Management
Support for Reform of Motorized Dredge Mining in Washington Rivers Grows

 Today, 142 conservation, recreation and wildlife organizations, faith leaders, outdoor industry companies and other stakeholders around Washington sent a letter to members of the Washington State Legislature calling for common […]

Jan 13 2020

Stakeholders Call for Legislature to Fully-Fund Department of Fish and Wildlife

Posted on Jan 13, 2020 in Conservation News, Recreational Access
Stakeholders Call for Legislature to Fully-Fund Department of Fish and Wildlife

Today, Washington Wild joined 44 other hunters and anglers, wildlife advocates, and outdoor recreation organizations who signed onto a coalition statement organized by Conservation Northwest. This statement calls on the […]

Jan 1 2020

2019 Conservation Accomplishments

Posted on Jan 1, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
2019 Conservation Accomplishments

Throughout our 40th anniversary, we made important progress protecting, defending and restoring wild lands and waters in Washington State thanks to the support of our donors and supporters. Logging in […]

Dec 17 2019

Media Attention on National Forest Roadless Areas Grows

Posted on Dec 17, 2019 in Conservation News, Forest Management, Roadless
Media Attention on National Forest Roadless Areas Grows

In October, the Trump Administration announced a controversial proposal to eliminate long standing protections for unlogged old-growth forests within Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. The ancient forests are part of the […]

Dec 16 2019

100 Washington Stakeholders Oppose Repeal of Old-Growth Forest Protections Under the Roadless Rule

100 Washington Stakeholders Oppose Repeal of Old-Growth Forest Protections Under the Roadless Rule

Today, 102 local elected officials, businesses, commercial fishermen, faith leaders, hunting and fishing interests and conservation and recreation organizations sent a letter to the U.S. Forest Service opposing the elimination of […]