The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has scheduled six public workshops in early August at which the public can comment on the department’s proposals to expand conservation programs and provide more fishing and hunting opportunities through a combination of state funding and license fee increases.
The workshops are part of WDFW’s multi-year initiative, “Washington’s Wild Future: A Partnership for Fish and Wildlife,” an effort to strengthen the department’s relationships with communities, increase support for conservation and outdoor recreation, and help ensure WDFW programs and services meet the public’s needs.
For more information regarding the “Washington’s Wild Future” intiative, please reference the following links;
News Release; CLICK HERE
About Washington’s Wild Future; CLICK HERE
Washington’s Wild Future Spring 2016 Report; CLICK HERE