Demand a Place at the Table for Washington Wildlife

The state's Fish and Wildlife Commission is out of touch with residents' values.
Gray wolf
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Everyaction,

Washington's Fish and Wildlife Commission is tasked with important environmental decisions — like making rules that shape the lives of wolves and other apex predators, determining protections for our public lands, and setting limits on hunting and grazing.

The commission is made up of nine members from around the state. But right now it largely represents commercial interests that consume our state's natural resources. Many more Washington residents use the outdoors for activities like hiking and sustainable wildlife-viewing. It's time our voices are heard.

Four seats on the commission are up for reappointment this year.

Please write Gov. Inslee today and urge him to appoint commissioners that'll make decisions based on the best available science and with conservation values at heart.

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