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Aug 9 2022

Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act in Historic Move for Climate

Posted on Aug 9, 2022 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act in Historic Move for Climate

On August 7, the Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, which invests $369 billion in renewable energy, environmental justice programs, old-growth forest protections, and other measures.   If passed by the House, the bill would help the US cut emissions by 40% from 2005 levels by 2030. After 18 months of debate, name changes, […]

Aug 8 2022

Take Action: Tell Your House Representative to Pass the Inflation Reduction Act Now

Posted on Aug 8, 2022 in Action Alerts, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Take Action: Tell Your House Representative to Pass the Inflation Reduction Act Now

The Inflation Reduction Act Passes the Senate, Needs House Passage to Reach President Biden’s Desk

Aug 8 2022
Aug 3 2022

Action Complete – Tell Congress to Act on Climate and Pass the Inflation Reduction Act

Posted on Aug 3, 2022 in Action Alerts, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Action Complete – Tell Congress to Act on Climate and Pass the Inflation Reduction Act

We can move quickly toward clean energy. The senate has passed the Inflation Reduction Act! Now it’s time to clear the House. Tell your Representative to act now.

Jul 28 2022

Campfire Coffee Partners with Washington Wild with Wild and Scenic Blend

Posted on Jul 28, 2022 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Campfire Coffee Partners with Washington Wild with Wild and Scenic Blend

We’re thrilled to partner with the community-minded folks of Campfire Coffee to bring you Wild & Scenic Blend — a delicious wood fire roasted coffee “made with grit, love and (an actual) campfire in Tacoma.” Campfire Coffee takes its name from the roasting process, which they do over a controlled wood fire. And they are […]

Jul 27 2022

In Memoriam: Terry Williams, Tulalip Tribes (1948 – 2022) 

Posted on Jul 27, 2022 in Conservation News, Conservation Voices, WA Wild Blog
In Memoriam: Terry Williams, Tulalip Tribes (1948 – 2022) 

Terry Williams…He will be Missed By Steve Robinson, Washington Wild Board Member In my 50-year career I have had the honor of meeting and working with many great tribal leaders, near and far. Terry Williams was among the greatest, particularly with respect to the environment. This was a man entirely devoted to the preservation and […]

Jul 18 2022

Local Supporters Cheer House Passage of Wild Olympics Bill as part of 2022 NDAA

Local Supporters Cheer House Passage of Wild Olympics Bill as part of 2022 NDAA

On Thursday, July 14, the Wild Olympics Coalition cheered a major bi-partisan vote in congress, which helped advance public lands legislation, including the Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. The bill, which is sponsored by Senator Patty Murray and Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA-06), passed with a number of other public land bills […]

Jul 12 2022

Washington Wild Coordinates Letter in Support of Actionable Solution to Breach Snake River Dams to Prevent Salmon Extinction

Posted on Jul 12, 2022 in Conservation News, River Management, WA Wild Blog
Washington Wild Coordinates Letter in Support of Actionable Solution to Breach Snake River Dams to Prevent Salmon Extinction

In response to the comment period initiated by Governor Inslee and Senator Murray to solicit public input on a draft report regarding the lower four Snake River dams, Washington Wild coordinated a comment letter undersigned by 137 entities in support of moving forward with a final proposal that includes an actionable solution to breaching the […]

Jul 11 2022

MiiR Awards Washington Wild $5,000 Land and Water Conservation Grant

Posted on Jul 11, 2022 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
MiiR Awards Washington Wild $5,000 Land and Water Conservation Grant

In June, Washington Wild was awarded a $5,000 grant from MiiR, a B Corp drinkware retailer. The funds are designated as general support of our Brewshed® Alliance program, which connects the conservation and craft brewing community in our shared interest of protecting watersheds.  Through their annual grant program, MiiR invests a portion of top-line revenue  […]

Jun 14 2022

Conservation Voices: Roger Bialous, Georgetown Brewing

Conservation Voices: Roger Bialous, Georgetown Brewing

Clean Water for Fish, Communities, and Great Tasting Beer By Roger Bialous, Co-Founder of Georgetown Brewing Company I am a founding owner of Georgetown Brewing company where we need good water to make good beer. I am also a committed fisherman and outdoorsman. My family and I eat fish that live in water. We eat […]