Why State Should Fully Fund WWRP This Year

October 8, 2014

Read about how the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is helping preserve the 153-year-old Nelson Family Ranch, Woodard Bay, Ward Lake, the Chehalis Trail, and other projects in Thurston County.

Excerpt: “The state Legislature had the foresight 25 years ago to launch a capital funding program to pay for new parks, open space, trails, boat launches and fish and wildlife habitat all across the state. It’s called the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program.”

Read the complete story in the The Olympian.