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Feb 20 2013

Washington Wild & El Sendero Snowshoe in the Tronsen Wildlands

Posted on Feb 20, 2013 in WA Wild Blog

On February 10th, Washington Wild teamed up with Gus Bekker from El Sendero Backcountry Ski and Snowshoe Club to lead a group ranging from beginners to experts  on a snowshoe outing in the beautiful Wenatchee National Forest. El Sendero is a recreation group whose mission aligns with Washington Wild’s and has collaborated on several wild […]

Jan 28 2013

Wilderness campaigns are wildlife campaigns, too! PART 3: Wild Olympics

Posted on Jan 28, 2013 in WA Wild Blog

Washington Wild works hard to protect the wild forests and rivers of Washington State. WW led a coalition that succeeded in designating the first national forest Wilderness in Washington in more than 20 years. The Wild Sky Wilderness Act, enacted into law in 2008, covered more than 100,000 acres of forestland in Western Washington, helping […]

Dec 21 2012

Celebrate International Mountain Day

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 in WA Wild Blog
Celebrate International Mountain Day

Tuesday, December 11, 2012, was International Mountain Day. This day was created by the United Nations to generate awareness about the importance of mountains to life, highlight the opportunities and constraints in mountain development, and to build partnerships that will bring positive change to the world’s mountains and highlands. According to the UN, “Mountains are […]

Dec 10 2012

Wilderness Campaigns are wildlife campaigns, too! PART 2: Alpine Lakes Wilderness Expansion

Posted on Dec 10, 2012 in WA Wild Blog

Washington Wild works hard to protect the wild forests and rivers of Washington State. WW recently led a coalition that succeeded in designating the first national forest Wilderness in Washington in more than 20 years. The Wild Sky Wilderness Act, enacted into law in 2008, covered more than 100,000 acres of forestland in Western Washington, […]

Nov 16 2012

Wilderness Campaigns Are Wildlife Campaigns, Too! PART 1: Wild Sky Wilderness

Posted on Nov 16, 2012 in WA Wild Blog

Washington Wild works hard to protect the wild lands and water of Washington State. In 2008, WW led a coalition that succeeded in designating the first National Forest Wilderness area in Washington in more than 20 years. The Wild Sky Wilderness Act, enacted into law in 2008, covered more than 100,000 acres of forest land […]

Sep 14 2012

New Wilderness in Washington – Thunder Creek

Posted on Sep 14, 2012 in Conservation News, North Cascades
New Wilderness in Washington – Thunder Creek

Washington State welcomed its newest Wilderness addition to the Stephen M. Mather Wilderness this month – 3,559 acres within the Ross Lake National Recreation Area known as Thunder Creek. Thunder Creek was originally identified for designation as “Potential Wilderness” in the Washington Parks Wilderness Act of 1988 because of its wilderness character, but with an […]