Spirit of collaboration clears a way toward salmon recovery


By Washington Forest Protection Association, Produced by ST Content Studio In recent years, there’s been a lot of talk about widening gaps between groups of people, especially those who might appear to have differing goals. But the work being done in Washington state to protect dwindling salmon populations is finding power in an old approach to problem solving – coming together … Read More

WFPA recognizes a new era of collaboration at Annual Meeting


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 20, 2021 Contact: Cindy Mitchell, (360) 791-9372 WFPA recognizes a new era of collaboration at Annual Meeting Restoring Washington’s iconic salmon populations is a shared responsibility that requires landowners, state and tribal governments, regulators and other interested parties working together. That was the principal message at the Washington Forest Protection Association’s (WFPA) annual meeting. The … Read More

A Diversity of Forest Land Owners are Keeping Forests Healthy


It takes a network of people to keep forests healthy   By Washington Forest Protection Association Keeping our forests healthy and resilient to wildfire requires a network of dedicated people — including  foresters, loggers, truck drivers, biologists, conservationists, mill manufacturers and energy workers who convert forest residuals into biofuels. Washington’s diversity of land managers from public, private, state, tribal and federal agencies keep … Read More

COVID-19 Links, Models and Media


COVID-19 Website Resources: Washington state Dept. of Commerce COVID website AWB COVID-19 resources for employers CDC Guidance for Businesses US Small Business Administration CARES Act Washington State COVID-19 Resource Guide  from K&L Gates with an overview and links to benefits for people in Washington State John Hopkins COVID-19 Basics   COVID-19 MODELS: Washington Dept. of Health daily statistics University of … Read More