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