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Dec 9 2019

WA Brewing Industry Speaks up for Remaining Old-Growth Forests in AK and WA

WA Brewing Industry Speaks up for Remaining Old-Growth Forests in AK and WA

Today, a coalition of breweries across Washington state joined together to stand up for healthy watersheds after the Trump Administration announced they are moving forward with a controversial proposal to […]

Dec 6 2019

Washington Wild Welcomes Skagit Valley Malting to the Brewshed Alliance

Posted on Dec 6, 2019 in Brewshed, Conservation News, Skagit Headwaters
Washington Wild Welcomes Skagit Valley Malting to the Brewshed Alliance

Washington Wild is thrilled to welcome Skagit Valley Malting to the Brewshed Alliance as the latest member. As a hyper-local malting company located in Burlington, SVM is on a mission […]

Dec 4 2019

Big Win, Logging Halted in Canadian Headwaters of the Skagit River

Big Win, Logging Halted in Canadian Headwaters of the Skagit River

Today, an international coalition of more than 140 conservation, recreation and wildlife groups celebrated as the British Columbia Government announced that they would halt future plans to log pristine areas in the […]

Nov 23 2019

Seattle Public Meeting Focuses on Retaining Protections for Roadless Forests

Seattle Public Meeting Focuses on Retaining Protections for Roadless Forests

Today, Washington Wild and a host of conservation and recreation organizations joined Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) to hold a community public meeting at the Seattle REI flagship store to offer […]

Nov 4 2019

Organizations Support Summer Mountain Bike Trails at The Summit at Snoqualmie

Posted on Nov 4, 2019 in Conservation News, Recreational Access
Organizations Support Summer Mountain Bike Trails at The Summit at Snoqualmie

Today, Washington Wild joined 17 other conservation and outdoor recreation groups who signed onto a comment letter to support the proposed trail building and permitting of lift‐serviced mountain bike operations at […]

Oct 19 2019

Washington Wild Joins Partners at Duwamish Alive! 2019

Posted on Oct 19, 2019 in Conservation News, Watershed Restoration
Washington Wild Joins Partners at Duwamish Alive! 2019

Today, Washington Wild staff and volunteers helped restore forested areas of Camp Long in West Seattle in partnership with EarthCorps, and DNDA/Nature Consortium for Duwamish Alive! Saving our Salmon, Saves […]

Oct 16 2019
Oct 16 2019

Organizations Call on Senate to Fund Endangered Species Conservation and Recovery

Posted on Oct 16, 2019 in Conservation News
Organizations Call on Senate to Fund Endangered Species Conservation and Recovery

Today Washington Wild joined 272 other conservation and public interest groups across the nation who signed onto a comment letter supporting more funding for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s Service for endangered […]

Oct 15 2019

Trump Administration Targets Remaining Old-Growth Rainforests in Alaska in Extreme Proposal

Trump Administration Targets Remaining Old-Growth Rainforests in Alaska in Extreme Proposal

Today, The Trump Administration announced they are moving forward with a controversial proposal to eliminate long standing protections for unlogged old-growth forests in Alaska’s Tongass National Forests. These roadless areas […]

Oct 10 2019

Washington Wild Hosts “Wild Night Out” to Celebrate 40th Anniversary

Posted on Oct 10, 2019 in Conservation News
Washington Wild Hosts “Wild Night Out” to Celebrate 40th Anniversary

Today, Washington Wild was thrilled to host over 150 guests at our annual fundraiser, Wild Night Out, where we raised over $75,000 to help protect Washington’s wild lands and waters! […]