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Mar 22 2023

Coalition of 178 Stakeholders Advocate for Watershed Restoration and Recreational Access

On Monday, Washington Wild sent a letter to Washington’s U.S. Congressional Delegation urging support for the Legacy Roads and Trails Remediation program by allocating desperately needed $100 million in funding […]

Mar 21 2023
Mar 14 2023

Board Member Roberta Moore on Helping Kids Discover the Magic of Wild Places

Posted on Mar 14, 2023 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

Recently, Washington Wild, The Bureau of Fearless Ideas, and THIS IS INDIAN COUNTRY announced that all three nonprofits are teaming up to create a Wild Lands & Waters Youth Explorer […]

Mar 13 2023

News Articles Featuring WA Wild Bring Much-Needed Attention to Pending Oustanding Resource Waters Designations

News Articles Featuring WA Wild Bring Much-Needed Attention to Pending Oustanding Resource Waters Designations

Skagit Valley Herald reporter, Emma Fletcher-Frazer, recently reached out to WA Wild Executive Director, Tom Uniack, to discuss the Department of Ecology’s pending Outstanding Resource Water (ORW) designations. Although Washington […]

Mar 7 2023

We’re hiring! Business and Finance Manager

Posted on Mar 7, 2023 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 Business and Finance Manager! The Business and Finance Manager […]

Feb 28 2023

Bill to Revitalize Trust Land Transfer Passes State House, Push for Full Funding Continues

Posted on Feb 28, 2023 in Conservation News, Forest Management, WA Wild Blog

WA Wild coordinates diverse group of 55 conservation, recreation, and wildlife groups, and land trusts to send letter supporting revitalization of the Trust Land Transfer program and funding for 10 […]

Feb 27 2023

🚨TAKE ACTION: Urge Your Representatives to Revitalize the Trust Land Transfer Program

Posted on Feb 27, 2023 in Action Alerts, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog

In Washington state, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages more than three million acres of state trust land. Revenue generated by these trust lands enters a fund that supports K-12 […]

Feb 13 2023

WA Wild Calls for Sustainable Recreation Management on State Lands

Last week, Washington Wild signed onto a letter alongside 19 other outdoor organizations and businesses in support of Governor Inslee’s 2023-25 operating budget request of $10.7 million to manage recreation […]

Feb 8 2023
Jan 26 2023

Tongass National Forest Protected!

Posted on Jan 26, 2023 in Conservation News, Roadless, WA Wild Blog

Yesterday, January 25th, the U.S. Forest Service officially announced that it had finalized plans to repeal the Trump administration’s 2019 decision that exempted the Tongass and reinstate the Roadless Rule. […]