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Oct 24 2018

Together, for our public lands

Posted on Oct 24, 2018 in Conservation News, Conservation Voices, WA Wild Blog
Together, for our public lands

By Tom Uniack, Executive Director of Washington Wild As we enter the final stretch of 2018, I am reminded of the profound legacy that traditions provide to the next generation. From the passing of family recipes to the changing of the leaves, the season of traditions is upon us. Each day I come to work, […]

Jul 11 2017

Groups Call on Congress to Improve on Trump Budget Cuts for Trails and Recreation

Posted on Jul 11, 2017 in Conservation News, Recreational Access, WA Wild Blog
Groups Call on Congress to Improve on Trump Budget Cuts for Trails and Recreation

In a  letter to Washington’s Congressional delegation, 23 conservation and recreation groups including Washington Wild advocated for preserving funding for recreation and trails. The letter expressed deep concerns about dramatic budget cuts to our agencies like the Forest Service and National Park Service and conservation and recreation safeguards. Earlier this year, the Trump Administration announced […]

Mar 6 2016

Groups Call for Balance of Recreation and Road Restoration in Nooksack Watershed

Groups Call for Balance of Recreation and Road Restoration in Nooksack Watershed

WA Wild coordinated a joint comment letter signed by 18 conservation and recreation organizations calling for a balance between recreation and road restoration in the Nooksack Watershed. The groups called  for decommissioning old decaying logging roads while preserving access and continued maintenance to road leading to trails, campgrounds and other infrastructure as part of the Upper […]