Donate Now! Subscribe
Nov 30 2020

Winter Guidelines to Recreate Responsibly

Posted on Nov 30, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Winter Guidelines to Recreate Responsibly

Earlier this year, Washington Wild joined the Recreate Responsibly coalition. Comprised of nearly 1,000 businesses, agencies, nonprofits, and influential voices, the coalition is an active working group that unifies and amplifies commonsense practices for safely getting outside during the COVID-19 pandemic.  During this public health crisis, spending time in outdoor spaces has become more important […]

Nov 16 2020

Washington Wild Urges Representatives to Continue to Fight for Wild Olympics Bill as it moves through Congress

Washington Wild Urges Representatives to Continue to Fight for Wild Olympics Bill as it moves through Congress

Washington Wild sent letters today to Representatives Adam Smith and Pramila Jayapal urging them to ensure that the Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (H.R. 2642 & S. 1382) remain a part of the final National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) once it emerges the pending House-Senate Conference Committee.  The letter to Congressman Adam Smith was undersigned by 27 progressive and environmental organizations and […]

Nov 13 2020

Washington Wild Coordinates Letter Supporting Strong Management of Middle Fork Snoqualmie & Pratt Wild & Scenic Rivers

Posted on Nov 13, 2020 in Conservation News, River Management, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Coordinates Letter Supporting Strong Management of Middle Fork Snoqualmie & Pratt Wild & Scenic Rivers

Washington Wild coordinated a letter to the U.S. Forest Service undersigned by 23 conservation, recreation, and wildlife organizations supporting strong management of Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt Wild and Scenic Rivers.  As one of the closest mountain valleys to the greater Seattle area, the Middle Fork Snoqualmie watershed receives considerable attention and use. Running through […]

Nov 10 2020
Nov 10 2020

Washington Wild Visits Big Time Brewery for Collaboration Beer Brewday

Posted on Nov 10, 2020 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Visits Big Time Brewery for Collaboration Beer Brewday

Washington Wild recently had the pleasure of visiting Brewshed® Alliance partner Big Time Brewery for a behind-the-scenes look at our upcoming collaboration beer, Upstream IPA. We had a great time visiting this historic spot, learning the ins-and-outs of the brewing process, and lending a hand—from mashing in to mashing out! We’ve named our collaboration beer […]

Nov 10 2020
Nov 9 2020

Washington Wild Unveils Conservation Chat Series on Defending Roadless Protection Areas

Posted on Nov 9, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Unveils Conservation Chat Series on Defending Roadless Protection Areas

  Washington Wild is excited to host a new Conservation Chat web series hosted by Everrett native Jaidacyn Madrigal, host of the EcoGirl youtube channel. The Conservation Chat series takes an in-depth look at conservation issues that Washington Wild is leading. The premiere video focuses on Washington Wild’s efforts to defend the Roadless Rule in […]

Oct 30 2020

Washington Wild Sends Letter to Governor Jay Inslee Urging for Funding for Trust Land Transfer Program 

Posted on Oct 30, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Sends Letter to Governor Jay Inslee Urging for Funding for Trust Land Transfer Program 

Today, Washington Wild sent a letter to Governor Jay Inslee undersigned by 37 conservation, recreation, and wildlife organizations urging Inslee to include funding for the Trust Land Transfer (TLT) program in the Governor’s budget for the 2021-23 session.  The ask for funding is to complete three high priority projects: Devils Lake, Morning Star, and Cascade River.   The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages […]

Oct 29 2020
Oct 28 2020

Washington Wild Submits Letter Opposing Rollback of Roadless Rule in Tongass National Forest

Posted on Oct 28, 2020 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Submits Letter Opposing Rollback of Roadless Rule in Tongass National Forest

On October 26, Washington Wild submitted a letter with 72 undersigned conservation, recreation and wildlife organizations, local business leaders, and elected officials to express deep disappointment with the U.S. Forest Service’s proposed Alaska Roadless Rule and associated Final Environmental Impact Statement regarding the Tongass National Forest. The Tongass National Forest is the largest remaining intact […]