Thank you for voting for Mount Rainier!

Thousands of you embraced the #VoteYourPark Partners in Preservation campaign, and as a top finisher based on popular vote, Mount Rainier will receive a grant of $42,000. Thank you for your daily votes!

The grant will be applied toward restoring a historic Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) cabin in the Longmire Historic District. A total of $218,000 in funding is needed to renovate the Rustic-style cabin to provide much-needed housing for volunteer search and rescue volunteers.

These volunteers are critical to park emergency operations! With more than 1.8 million visitors a year experiencing Mount Rainier’s trails, search and rescue teams are called into action at a moment’s notice to help.

Mount Rainier needs you

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  • Two Beers Brewing Company, located in the heart of Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood, has added Wonderland Trail IPA to the growing brewery’s year-round lineup to support maintenance of the Wonderland Trail, the exhilarating 93-mile trek around Mount Rainier. Available in 12-ounce cans and on draft at retailers, bars, and restaurants throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho. It can also be enjoyed at The Woods tasting room in SoDo (4700 Ohio Ave S), shared with Seattle Cider Company, where craft beer lovers can enjoy pints, tasters, packaged products and more.

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The beauty of Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and Olympic National Parks is staggering.  Sadly, these treasured lands are woefully underfunded. Your support fills the critical gaps. Together with support from other individuals, families, foundations and corporations, we make a real and impressive impact. Thanks to many, that impact is growing. As the national park system celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, be a part of the growing and ongoing force for good for our iconic national parks. These parks are yours!

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Continued funding of scientific studies and projects helps the parks protect and ensure the safety of native flora and fauna.

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Programs to improve visitor experiences, including trail maintenance, improved signage, better use of technology and increased interaction with park rangers.

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Support for responsible planning and management of parks resources, and visitor education about conservation and sustainability practices.

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Expansion of youth and family programs make it possible for those of all backgrounds to visit the parks, learn to care for and protect park resources, and guide the next generation of stewards.

Supporting Science and Research

At our Spring Dinner and Auction on April 23, 2016, science and research – one of our four core areas of funding – was the focus of the special Fund-A-Need appeal. Thanks to 337 of our closest friends, more than $62,000 was raised for vital projects! In all, more than $250,000 was raised at the event to benefit Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and Olympic National Parks. To learn more about the needs of the parks, please view our new video produced by our dear friends at Clatter & Din.

Thanks to all who came, who gave, and who volunteer!

(click the image to view the video)