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Activists out supporting the Roadless Rule.  Photo Credit WA Wild.

Activists out supporting the Roadless Rule. Photo Credit WA Wild.

Be a #WildernessAdvocate by making your voice heard! Public lands are a public issue. That stays true when citizens are informed and voice their opinions for both government agencies and other organizations to hear. Washington Wild is a grassroots advocacy organization working to help people find their voices on conservation issues throughout the state. Washington Wild specializes in monitoring agency proposals and mobilizing public comment in the form of both individual comments and join comment letters from organizations. Open and past comment periods are listed below.


Dungeness River, Photo Courtesy of Cheryl Hill

Dungeness River, Photo Courtesy of Cheryl Hill

Sign the Wild Olympics Petition

Join more than 10,000 people who have signed the petition in support of the Wild Olympics Campaign. This Act if passed would permanently protect over 126,000 acres of new Wilderness and over 460 miles of new Wild & Scenic Rivers.


 

Jan 5 2017

PAST ACTION: Urge Forest Service to Say No to Navy Jet Training over Olympic National Park and Wilderness Areas

PAST ACTION: Urge Forest Service to Say No to Navy Jet Training over Olympic National Park and Wilderness Areas

A new Forest Service draft decision would enable the U.S. Navy to surround Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest with electromagnetic emitter trucks, resulting in high decibel jet training flights over ancient forests, popular trails and remote peaks on the Olympic Peninsula. The Navy has done a poor job of informing local stakeholders about […]

Oct 24 2016

PAST ACTION: Support Road Repair Accessing Wild Sky Wilderness

PAST ACTION: Support Road Repair Accessing Wild Sky Wilderness

After 10 years, Snohomish County Public Works has released for public comment a long awaited Environmental Assessment to repair the popular Index-Galena Road. This paved route served as the primary access point to dozens of trailheads, campgrounds and whitewater access points along the North Fork Skykomish River before it was severely damaged by flooding in […]

Oct 19 2016

PAST ACTION: Tell the Forest Service to Take Immediate Action to Prevent Mining in the Methow Valley

Posted on Oct 19, 2016 in Action Alerts, Conservation News, Mining
PAST ACTION: Tell the Forest Service to Take Immediate Action to Prevent Mining in the Methow Valley

TAKE ACTION Nested on the east slope of the North Cascades just outside North Cascades National Park, the Methow Valley and Headwaters region of Washington is one of the state’s most popular destinations. The Methow offers exceptional recreation opportunities, is home to diverse wildlife and is the source of cool, clean waters for famers, residents […]

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