Join us in Seattle next Tuesday for a celebration as Governor Inslee signs some of the strongest clean energy policies in the nation into law!
The Legislature made history in addressing climate change in Washington this session. On Tuesday, May 7 we will join the Governor and diverse partners from across the state to celebrate these big steps forward.
You are an important part of this progress. We appreciate you lending your voice for nature and our shared future. Thank you.
Please join us! Plan to arrive by 2:30pm to meet and greet fellow climate-action supporters. The signing ceremony begins promptly at 3:00.
Central Park is served by Metro route 106 and Link Light Rail’s Columbia City station.
We hope to see you there!
In a migration of a different sort, Puget Sound leaders make an annual trek to Washington, DC to speak up for our favorite estuary with Congress.
Be there to cheer with us on May 7 as Governor Inslee signs some of America’s strongest climate policies into law.
Washington state lawmakers approved groundbreaking policy and budget priorities this session, positioning our state for a more resilient future.
A bill in the state Senate would fund much-needed wildfire prevention, suppression and preparedness activities, investing in the health of Washington’s iconic forests and the resilience of our communities.
Trustees from across Washington state traveled to Olympia to advocate for nature and people at the Legislature, meeting with leaders from both political parties and both chambers to discuss climate change, forest health, Puget Sound recovery and equity in addressing environmental challenges.
We’re advocating for equitable, forward-looking climate policy in Olympia this session, and several exciting bills are making their way through the Legislature.
America’s most important conservation program is finally a permanent tool for protecting our public lands, thanks to broad bipartisan support in Congress with Washington state leadership.
The US Senate has approved a bipartisan bill to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Thanks to the leadership of Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and colleagues across the country, the bill to ensure the conservation of our shared public lands and waters for generations of Americans to come now heads to the House.
Our priorities for the 2019 Legislature touch upon all our work, and all our lives, whether we live in the Palouse, along the coast, or in between. They include tackling climate change, protecting the natural and cultural wealth that makes Washington special, and improving equity in environmental policymaking so that all of us can benefit from cleaner, healthier air and water.
All of us who go outside — for a vigorous uphill hike or just a deep breath of fresh, cool air — need Congress to reauthorize LWCF now, and we need your voice.