Join the Coalition as an Agency or Organization Member Today
“Without the work of the Wildlife and Recreation Coalition, the WWRP grant program would not exist.”
– Brad Case, President, WRPA; Director, Ellensburg Parks & Recreation
Becoming a member of the Coalition is the most important step you can take to ensure that the WWRP and LWCF grant programs are funded and that your community’s proposed parks, ball fields, trails, and beaches become a reality. Your investment in the Coalition today will ultimately leverage millions to help communities like yours develop the projects that will keep Washington healthy, prosperous, and connected to the outdoors.
The Coalition provides a strong, clear voice at the state and federal level for recreation and conservation funding. It is a diverse group of more than 280 organizations and local government agencies, representing the public sector, conservation, business, recreation, sportsmen, farming and community interests. The Coalition looks to its members for on-the-ground perspective and connections, counsel and leadership.
By signing up as a member, you are not only investing in Washington’s great outdoors and ensuring a strong voice for WWRP funding for communities across the state, but you are also signing onto a Coalition with proven success. As a member, you receive:
- An amplified voice for your community in Olympia
- Membership in a broad coalition of passionate recreation and conservation enthusiasts with opportunities for networking and partnership building
- Access to a diverse network of experts and connection assistance from Coalition staff
- Assistance in planning and executing WWRP groundbreaking celebrations, ribbon cuttings, and legislator project tours
- Priority invitations to project tours and special events
- Media and communications coordination efforts
- Recognition on Coalition website
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How to Join the Coalition
For more information and to become a member, contact Andres Guerrero-Guzman.