On May 8, 2008, President Bush signed into law the Wild Sky Wilderness Act (H.R. 886/S. 520), as part of the Consolidated Natural Resources Act of 2008 (S. 2739), creating the first new national forest Wilderness area in Washington State in more than 20 years. Conservationists praised Congressman Larsen and Senator Murray for their unwavering commitment to Washington’s one-of-a-kind wildlands, and for all of the people who will enjoy this special place now and into the future. The Wild Sky Wilderness Act, became the first national forest Wilderness to be designated in Washington State in 24 years.
From The Everett Herald: The Wilderness Land Trust transferred the 354-acre property to the U.S. Forest Service as public ownership. Located near Silvertip Peak—straddling the Wild Sky and Henry M. […]
14 years ago today the Wild Sky Wilderness Act was signed into law! Washington Wild began leading a coalition in 2000 to protect this special place located near the towns […]
Today 17 organizations signed onto a comment letter coordinated by Washington Wild supporting the expansion of the Morning Star Natural Resource Conservation Area (NRCA) by nearly 3,000 acres. The Morning […]