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Feb 16 2024
Feb 14 2024

Wild Valentines

Posted on Feb 14, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

We feel nothing inspires love more than our state’s breathtaking landscapes, world-class recreation, and charismatic fish and wildlife. To celebrate, we’ve created a downloadable, printable version of “Wild Valentines”. So […]

Feb 6 2024

Conservationists and Climbers Raise Concern About Proposed Wilderness Climbing Regulations

Posted on Feb 6, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

In November 2023, the National Park Service (NPS) and U.S. Forest Service (USFS) released draft recreation management directives and opened a public comment period. The proposed directives classify fixed anchors—the […]

Jan 31 2024

WA Wild Advocates for Opportunity to Fund Additional Trust Land Transfer Projects

Posted on Jan 31, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

Today, Washington Wild sent a comment letter signed by 110 elected officials, local businesses, and conservation, recreation, and wildlife organizations urging Washington State legislators to allocate $8 million in the […]

Jan 30 2024

WA Wild Signs onto Comment Letter Ahead of Congressional Hearing on Snake River Salmon Recovery

Posted on Jan 30, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

The long-running debate over the future of the four Lower Snake River dams reached the U.S. Capitol today during a House Energy, Climate, and Grid Security subcommittee hearing. The letter, […]

Jan 11 2024

Model of Billy Frank Jr. Statue Unveiled in Olympia

Posted on Jan 11, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

Yesterday evening, the model of Washington State’s newest addition to the National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C., was unveiled to a group of state lawmakers, tribal leaders, and activists in […]

Jan 5 2024

2023 Conservation Accomplishments

Posted on Jan 5, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

Change is incremental. The ‘big wins’ Washington Wild works toward and celebrates—like the recent decision by Ecology to designate our state’s first-ever Outstanding Resource Waters—are the result of the countless, […]

Jan 4 2024

Job Opening: Olympic Forest Collaborative Coordinator

Posted on Jan 4, 2024 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

Join our team! Washington Wild is looking for a passionate and skilled individual to work with members of the Olympic Forest Collaborative to help support and coordinate their work in […]

Jan 3 2024
Dec 18 2023

Washingtonians Cheer WA Department of Ecology for Protecting Outstanding Rivers

A diverse group of community members and organizations are celebrating the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology)’s decision to designate segments of three river systems as Outstanding Resource Waters (ORWs). As […]