Washington would get $20.7 million to help at-risk wildlife Seattle, Wash. — The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to pass the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, a bill to prevent wildlife extinctions by funding locally-led conservation efforts. If it becomes law, Washington will receive around $20.7 million to help 268 species of concern, including … Continued
News Category: Legislation
Inclusion of full funding for Okanogan Valley wildlife crossings in the Forward Washington transportation projects spending package is a huge accomplishment
We recently signed onto a letter to Members of Congress in support of protecting nearly 1.5 million acres as Wilderness, including the Wild Olympics Wilderness & Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
Washington must demand action from British Columbia on mining regulatory reform before it’s too late.
It’s a budget year in Olympia. We’re supporting funding for wildlife crossings, state public lands, restoration and resilience for forests and shrub-steppe, wolf coexistence, environmental justice and more.
A total of $18 million will prevent more than 244 vehicle-deer collisions per year in north-central Washington.
Landmark Legislation Protects Public Lands and Expands Recreation Opportunities for Decades to Come
All but one of WA’s Members of Congress voted for this bipartisan conservation bill: Rep. Dan Newhouse.
With a vote possible tomorrow, July 22, we need your help with a last minute push to ensure that all of Washington’s Members of Congress support this monumental bill.
The “Forest Service Legacy Roads and Trails Remediation Program” which, thanks to representatives Schrier and Kilmer, just passed the House, would provide funds to address the decrepit transportation system.