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Oct 19 2016

Sequim Gazette recognizes volunteer activist and Olympic Peninsula Resident, Bob Lynette

Sequim Gazette recognizes volunteer activist and Olympic Peninsula Resident, Bob Lynette

On October 19, 2016 a local Olympic Peninsula media outlet, Sequim Gazette, recognized volunteer Activist Bob Lynette by publishing this article, Milestone: Lynette gains Washington Wild conservation award.  Bob was […]

Sep 30 2016

Daniel J. Evans, Bob Lynette, and Pamela Brulotte Receive Awards from Washington Wild in Support of Conservation

Posted on Sep 30, 2016 in Brewshed, WA Wild Blog

 At Washington Wild’s annual fundraiser, WILD NIGHT OUT, former Governor and U.S. Senator Daniel J.  Evans, Olympic Peninsula Activist Bob Lynette, and Leavenworth Brewery owner Pamela Brulotte each received an […]

Sep 23 2016

Washington State Offers Alternative to Mountain Bike – Wilderness Debate

Washington State Offers Alternative to Mountain Bike – Wilderness Debate

Several local newspapers including the Bellingham Herald, Tacoma News Tribune and The Olympian reported on a national push to support controversial legislation to amend the 1964 Wilderness Act to allow mountain biking […]

Jun 1 2016

An Outdoor Life Well Lived

Posted on Jun 1, 2016 in Conservation Voices, WA Wild Blog
An Outdoor Life Well Lived

By Marc Berejka, Director of Government & Community Affairs at REI Two young fish say “hello” as they swim past an older one.  Smiling, the older one says, “the water […]

Mar 1 2016

Sage Spirit Presentation Series in Eastern Washington

Sage Spirit Presentation Series in Eastern Washington

Washington Wild is leading efforts statewide to provide meaningful protections for Washington’s unheralded wild lands in eastern Washington. As the largest single land manager of sagebrush habitat in Eastern Washington, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has a critical opportunity this summer to provide meaningful protections through their Resource Management Plan for lands with Wilderness characteristics, wildlife habitat and year round recreational opportunities.

Feb 18 2016

Continuing the Conservation Adventure: Ariel West joins Washington Wild!

Posted on Feb 18, 2016 in WA Wild Blog

I am thrilled to be joining Washington Wild as the new administrative assistant and grateful for the warm welcome from the organization! My interest in conservation work really began when […]

Jan 4 2016

Thank you, Doug

Posted on Jan 4, 2016 in WA Wild Blog
Thank you, Doug

IN MEMORIAM: Doug Walker 1950-2015 The conservation and recreation community in Washington State lost a strong leader and powerful ally when Doug Walker died on December 31 in an apparent avalanche […]

Dec 8 2015

Creating a Big Tent for Conservation

Posted on Dec 8, 2015 in WA Wild Blog
Creating a Big Tent for Conservation

Washington Wild is excited to Create a Big Tent for Conservation! Over the past year, Washington Wild made over 1,000 connections with local elected officials, business owners, recreation organizations and […]

Nov 7 2015

Craft Beer + Food = Wild and Green WA Full of Great Beer!

Posted on Nov 7, 2015 in Brewshed, WA Wild Blog
Craft Beer + Food = Wild and Green WA Full of Great Beer!

Craft beer. Craft food.  A wild and green Washington for generations to come.  All these combine into one amazing event in October, Craft Beer + Food.  This one of a […]

Oct 1 2015

Finding Common Ground

Posted on Oct 1, 2015 in Conservation Voices, WA Wild Blog
Finding Common Ground

By Dan Rankin, Mayor of Darrington The town of Darrington is in my soul. My grandfather settled in the valley in 1920. My father was raised skiing and hiking the […]