The Coalition would like to acknowledge that the work we do in Washington is done on occupied land. Since time immemorial many Indigenous nations, including the 29 federally recognized Tribes in Washington and those not yet recognized, have cared for and called this land home. We are deeply grateful to these Tribes for their lasting protection of the lands and waterways on which we work, play, learn, and organize today. We encourage you to find out whose land you’re on and how to support them by exploring the Native Land Map.
Proposed Senate Budget Includes Record $120m for WWRP!
The Senate released their Capital Construction Budget for the 2023-2025...Read More
Planning for Recreation Access Grants RCO Press Release and the Coalition’s Call for Additional Funding
The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office announced the award...Read More
12 Months of WWRP: Local Parks
Local Parks grants help protect these symbols of vibrant communities,...Read More