Donate Now! Subscribe
Aug 2 2018

COMPLETED ACTION: Thank Senator Cantwell for Legislation to Permanently Protect Roadless Forests

COMPLETED ACTION: Thank Senator Cantwell for Legislation to Permanently Protect Roadless Forests

The comment period for this opportunity has closed. See our Take Action Page for more opportunities! Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) has introduced legislation that would codify administrative protections for about nearly 60 […]

Aug 1 2018

Local Washington Stakeholders Cheer Senator Cantwell’s Introduction of Bill to Permanently Protect Roadless Forests

Local Washington Stakeholders Cheer Senator Cantwell’s Introduction of Bill to Permanently Protect Roadless Forests

Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) has introduced legislation that would codify administrative protections for about nearly 60 million acres of ancient forests, salmon spawning streams and sources for safe and clean […]

Jul 16 2018

Groups Support New Trail Building in Heybrook Ridge County Park

Posted on Jul 16, 2018 in Conservation News, Recreational Access, WA Wild Blog
Groups Support New Trail Building in Heybrook Ridge County Park

Today, Washington Wild coordinated a joint comment letter joined by 14 other conservation and recreation groups, as well as local elected officials and economic leaders in the Skykomish River Valley, to […]

May 14 2018

Washingtonians Raise Their Voices for Roadless Forests

Washingtonians Raise Their Voices for Roadless Forests

Calling upon our coalition partners and organizational allies, Washington Wild led the effort to create a joint comment letter signed by an impressive group of 152 partners in response to […]

May 2 2018

Local Businesses, Conservation and Recreation Organizations Support Buck Mountain Trail Improvements

Local Businesses, Conservation and Recreation Organizations Support Buck Mountain Trail Improvements

Today Washington Wild coordinated a joint comment letter to the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest concerning proposed improvements to the Buck Mountain Trail. In all 20 conservation & recreation groups and local businesses […]

May 1 2018

Local Stakeholders Support Development of Whitehorse Trail Between Arlington and Darrington

Local Stakeholders Support Development of Whitehorse Trail Between Arlington and Darrington

Today, Washington Wild coordinated a joint comment letter to Snohomish County Parks & Recreation concerning the development of the Whitehorse Trail. In all 21 conservation & recreation groups and local businesses signed […]

Apr 21 2018

Groups Support Improvements and Expansion of Wallace Falls State Park

Posted on Apr 21, 2018 in Conservation News, Recreational Access, WA Wild Blog

Wallace Falls State Park features lakes, rivers, waterfalls and hiking and biking trails for visiting families and local residents alike. Nestled in the heart of the Skykomish River Valley – […]

Apr 4 2018

Secretary Zinke Rethinks National Park Fee Increase After Public Outcry

Secretary Zinke Rethinks National Park Fee Increase After Public Outcry

Americans are not happy with Secretary Zinke’s plan to nearly triple  national park entry fees and they let him know it. In response to an outpouring of public opposition the […]

Mar 29 2018

Washington’s National Forests Provide Significant Economic and Recreation Benefits to Local Communities

Washington’s National Forests Provide Significant Economic and Recreation Benefits to Local Communities

The US Department of Agriculture has released new statistics highlighting the significant positive impact of recreation on our state’s National Forests to local communities. Every year there are roughly 6.3 […]

Feb 28 2018

40 Groups Support Funding for Bi-Partisan Forest Roads and Trails Program

40 Groups Support Funding for Bi-Partisan Forest Roads and Trails Program

Today, Washington Wild coordinated a joint comment letter signed by 40 conservation and recreation groups supporting continued funding of $50M for the Legacy Roads and Trails (LRT) Program. This Forest Service […]