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Apr 5 2021
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Jan 27 2021

Video: Conservation Chat: Protecting the Skagit River

Video: Conservation Chat: Protecting the Skagit River

What could a pending mining permit in the Skagit headwaters mean for us downstream? In this conservation chat, activist and Washington Wild supporter Jaidacyn Madrigal offers key impacts and insights […]

Jan 13 2021

An International Coalition of Over 200 groups voices Opposition to Mining in the Skagit Headwaters

An International Coalition of Over 200 groups voices Opposition to Mining in the Skagit Headwaters

Today, an international coalition of more than 200 conservation, recreation and wildlife groups as well as local elected officials, businesses, and Tribes and First Nations released a press release showing growing […]

Oct 12 2020
Apr 21 2020

Earth Week Virtual Happy Hour: Protecting the Skagit Headwaters

Earth Week Virtual Happy Hour: Protecting the Skagit Headwaters

Our second virtual Happy Hour was a success! We had a lot of return attendees but just as many newcomers. We got an update from Randy at Hellbent Brewing on […]

Feb 25 2020
Feb 21 2020

Washington Wild Executive Director Testifies in Olympia in Support of Skagit Headwaters

Washington Wild Executive Director Testifies in Olympia in Support of Skagit Headwaters

Today, Washington Wild’s Executive Director testified in Olympia before the House Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Committee in support of a SJM 8014 which Requests that British Columbia work […]

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 […]