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Jan 11 2018

Our Public Lands – A Legacy Worth Protecting

Posted on Jan 11, 2018 in Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Our Public Lands – A Legacy Worth Protecting

The average life expectancy of the new car you just bought is 8 years. The best planes in the world made right here in Washington State could last as long as 30 years. But Washington’s national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges stand to outlive all of us and be passed on to our grandkids’ grandkids […]

Aug 15 2017

COMPLETED ACTION: Bipartisan Resolution Supporting Public Lands

Posted on Aug 15, 2017 in Action Alerts, Conservation News

Members of Congress representing Washington State have lead the way in voicing the importance of our nation’s public lands. To date, a total of 24 Republicans and Democrats representing 11 states have signed on to Co-Sponsor a pro public lands bipartisan resolution: one-third are from the Washington State alone. However, two members of the Washington […]

Mar 13 2017

The Next Administration: What’s in Store for Washington’s Lands & Waters

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The Next Administration: What’s in Store for Washington’s Lands & Waters

Our Program will begin at 6:30 pm in the Naked City screening room and Naked City will also be hosting a Brewshed Happy Hour! They will donate a $1 a pint from 5 – 9 so come join us for a pint and discuss upcoming threats to keeping Washington Wild. As 2017 began, within days […]

Feb 1 2017

COMPLETED ACTION: The War On Public Lands Begins…Stand Up for Our Wild Places!

Posted on Feb 1, 2017 in Action Alerts, Conservation News
COMPLETED ACTION: The War On Public Lands Begins…Stand Up for Our Wild Places!

As 2017 began, within days it became clear that wild places on federal lands were going to be attacked on two fronts. The new Republican led Congress wasted little time in targeting regulations and facilitating legislative strategy to weaken protections for or dispose of federal lands. The Trump administration has also signaled that the next four […]

Jan 3 2017

Congress Passes New Rule, Makes it Easier to Sell Our Public Lands

Posted on Jan 3, 2017 in Conservation News
Congress Passes New Rule, Makes it Easier to Sell Our Public Lands

Today, the newly elected U.S. House of Representatives passed a controversial provision changing the way Congress calculates the costs and economic value of federal parks, forests and national wildlife refuges, making it easier to sell off our Public Lands. The rules package included a provision that states “all transfers of public lands should be treated […]