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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
115th Congress In Review: What Did it Mean for Washington’s Wild Places?
The first two years of Trump’s Presidency have just come to a close and with it the end of the two-year 115th Congressional Session. Washington Wild responded to our members […]