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Rewatch or catch up on what you missed from our series of virtual happy hours in 2020! 


Celebrating the Great American Outdoors Act (August 27)

The Great American Outdoors Act is a big victory for Washington public lands, conservation, and wildlife. This legislation funds national parks maintenance backlogs and provides full funding for conservation and recreation projects at the federal, state, and local levels. Learn about how this incredible piece of legislation will positively affect national parks, public lands, and other recreation areas in Washington State.


Protect the Arctic Refuge (June 3)

Join us for a discussion on the ongoing battle to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska from oil and gas drilling. We will be joined by Andy Moderow and Jody Juneby Potts from Alaska Wilderness League as well as Matt Dickason of 2 Towns Cider.


Celebrating a Big Win for Salmon Protections (May 12)

Learn about the newest protections for salmon in our state, celebrate a hard fought conservation victory, and find out what you can do to make sure this new law is implemented correctly. We will be joined by Crystal Elliot Perez, Washington Habitat Director for Trout Unlimited, and Travis Merrigan, Co-founder of GRAYL, to celebrate this historic win.


Earth Week Virtual Happy Hours (April 20 – 23)

Can you believe it’s been 50 years since the first Earth Day was held across the United States? While the festivities may look very different this year, there are still ways we can celebrate, collaborate, and take action on this important anniversary.

Throughout Earth Week, join us for a short film, discussion with conservation and Brewshed® Alliance partners, advocacy opportunities, and more!

Day 1: Wild Olympics

Learn about the Wild Olympics campaign and hear from Washington Wild staff and Haley from Peddler Brewing, a Brewshed Alliance partner. 


Day 2: Skagit Headwaters

Join us for a discussion on the Skagit Headwaters! Hear from Amy Trainer, Environmental Policy Director with the Swinomish Tribe and get an update from Hellbent Brewing, a Brewshed Alliance Partner.


Day 3: Methow Headwaters and the Land and Water Conservation Fund

Learn more about our work to protect the Methow Headwaters and The Land and Water Conservation Fund. Pam Brulotte, co-owner of Icicle Brewing, will join us. 


Day 4: Roadless Forests

We will discuss roadless old-growth forests in Washington and beyond! Hear from Brewshed Alliance Partners Lucky Envelope and Watershed Pub and Rick Hegdahl, Pacific Northwest Director of the Vet Voice Foundation.