The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition represents over 280 of the most diverse and bipartisan organizations and individuals imaginable. We provide a unified voice for public funding of conservation and outdoor recreation projects across our beautiful state. Our sponsors believe that every Washingtonian should have access to the great outdoors and have invested in the Coalition to make sure it happens. Find out more about our current sponsors here.
By sponsoring the Coalition, you’ll be recognized at one – or both – of our annual events.
Full description of sponsorship levels and benefits available here.
*Download pdf here: Sponsorship Levels
For more information, email Christine Mahler or call 206-748-0082.
Annual Breakfast—Celebrate Washington’s Great Outdoors
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 | 7:00-9:00 AM | The Westin Seattle
Bringing together over 500 business leaders, politicians, community leaders, philanthropists, and Coalition partners, this annual event recognizes great leaders in protecting and promoting Washington’s outdoor spaces. Come learn about some of the projects your support has made possible, and help us build toward even greater success in the years to come!
legislative Day 2018
February 2018 | Olympia, WA
Join the Coalition in advocating for the WWRP at the Capitol in Olympia, WA.
The Albemarle (Camden) Soil & Water Conservation District Board and staff have the responsibility of developing and carrying out a program of both conservation and protection of soil & water resources to prevent loss of valuable topsoil and degradation of water quality.
The mission of the Camden Board and staff is to provide technical and educational assistance, administer conservation programs, and provide financial assistance through various cost share programs both federal and state.
- Works closely with the USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service and other cooperating agencies to assist and educate all landowners in proper use of the land as it relates to soil and water conservation.
- Provides services to farmers, homeowners, developers and others. Assists with drainage problems, ditch layout, erosion control, soils information, etc.
- Sponsors various school programs such as the Resource Conservation Workshop, Poster & Essay Contests, Environmental Awareness Field Day, Forestry Contest, Land Judging Contest, and the Coastal and State Enviorthon Competition.
Staff Consists of a District Administrator, District Technician, NRCS District Conservationist and NRCS Technician. Operating funds are provided by federal, state and county sources.
Click Here to view the Stormwater Management Report
Albemarle / Camden SWCD Website
Camden Soil & Water Conservation Question and Answer Panel