Volunteer Opportunities

Photo Credit Claire AndersonThe Coalition has the following volunteer opportunities currently available to individuals:

Events- Check out our events page to see what is happening in your neighborhood!

Photography- We need photographers to help take photos of the park, farm and habitat projects funded through the WWRP grant program. Please contact us for a list of projects in your area or in the area to which you plan on traveling.

Graphic Design - Are you a talented graphic designer?  A student looking to practice?  Whatever your ability, the Coalition can use your help!

Office Help - We can always use more help around the office.  If you have some spare time, please let us know!

Speaking Engagements - Is there a group you work with or volunteer for who might like to learn about or join the Coalition?  We would be happy to speak to any conservation or recreation group in Washington.

Take a look at the photos Claire Anderson, a Coalition volunteer, has taken in Thurston County.  Or, share a photo on Facebook of your favorite place in Washington.


To volunteer: contact Naomi Botkin at (206) 748-0082 or naomi@WildlifeRecreation.org

Photo credit: Claire Anderson

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Please help show overwhelming support for the program by signing your name or that of your business or organization and encourage Governor Inslee to once again lead the legislature in increasing funding for this critical program. Sign here.

Coalition requests $97 million to fund conservation, outdoor recreation

The Coalition believes increased funding for the WWRP is needed to meet the demand of a growing population in addition to rising construction and land costs. Learn more here.

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Demand for conservation and outdoor recreation funding continues to increase as communities across Washington recover from the recession and prepare for population growth.

This year's 217 WWRP applications represent the best and most urgent recreation and conservation needs in Washington’s communities. Learn more here.

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