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Oct 9 2023

WA Wild Joins Letter Urging Start of Important Watershed Restoration Project

In 2019, the US Forest Service granted approval for the “high priority” Dungeness Watershed Roads Management Project to improve habitat conditions throughout the watershed, including for several listed species. Four […]

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 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 […]

Apr 8 2022
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Oct 19 2019

Washington Wild Joins Partners at Duwamish Alive! 2019

Posted on Oct 19, 2019 in Conservation News, Watershed Restoration
Washington Wild Joins Partners at Duwamish Alive! 2019

Today, Washington Wild staff and volunteers helped restore forested areas of Camp Long in West Seattle in partnership with EarthCorps, and DNDA/Nature Consortium for Duwamish Alive! Saving our Salmon, Saves […]

Mar 19 2019

COMPLETED ACTION: Support Funding for Legacy Roads and Trails Program!

COMPLETED ACTION: Support Funding for Legacy Roads and Trails Program!

In 2019 the U.S. Forest Service’s (USFS) Legacy Roads and Trails (LRT) program was virtually eliminated by the Consolidated Appropriations Act, removing a decade-old dedicated budget line item for this […]

Jan 12 2019

WA Wild Brings Together 25 Groups in Support of Baker Lake Road to Trail Project

WA Wild Brings Together 25 Groups in Support of Baker Lake Road to Trail Project

Today, Washington Wild coordinated a joint comment letter signed by 25 conservation and recreation groups on a letter to the Forest Service in support of their proposed alternative for the […]