The Washington state office of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is launching a new voluntary Riparian Buffer Program in fiscal year 2023 that will
Washington legislators, who rejected mandatory riparian buffers, are moving to significantly increase spending on voluntary conservation programs. While House and Senate budget proposals differ in
Selected excerpts from WAWG’s post: Governor’s Riparian Buffer Bill Appears Dead for Now There has been a lot of drama involving the Governor’s salmon recovery
The House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee has recommended giving counties a second chance to join the Voluntary Stewardship Program, seen by farm groups as
Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday his mandatory buffer bill probably won’t pass, blaming opposition on a lack of support for cooling streams to save salmon.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee’s salmon adviser Friday outlined for the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission a proposal to require riparian buffers, which one commissioner
Legislation advanced by Gov. Jay Inslee and Washington tribes calls for mandatory riparian buffers, with $10,000-a-day fines for landowners who don’t plant trees along creeks
Registration is now open for the 5th Annual Eastern Washington Riparian Planting Symposium (virtual), February 24-25. The symposium is free, but registration is required to