Read an article from the Seattle Times Editorial Board that discusses school-construction funding and the importance of funding the WWRP.
Excerpt: “While schools are the state’s No. 1 priority, the Legislature should not forget how much Washington’s citizens value their public land. The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program has put more than $1.3 billion in public dollars toward 1,200 projects since 1989. The program buys, develops and restores land for animal habitat as well as hiking, hunting, fishing and other recreation.”
Read the full article in the Seattle Times.