WNPF Press Releases

 

November 22, 2016: $650,000+ donated for Washington’s three largest national parks

October 24, 2016: Go out with us! #OptOutside the day after Thanksgiving

September 22, 2016: Dobbs and Spirit Awards recognize six exceptional national park employees

August 18, 2016: Campaign for Search and Rescue cabin more than halfway – your help is needed!

July 6, 2016: Mount Rainier Wins $42K in Partners In Preservation Campaign

June 15, 2016: Larry Hueth joins WNPF board

May 25, 2016: Mount Rainier Needs Your Vote!

April 26, 2016: Spring Dinner and Auction donors raise record amount for Washington’s three largest national parks

March 22, 2016: Jon Jarvis, National Park Service Director,  to deliver keynote at Spring Dinner and Auction, April 23rd 

March 1, 2016: We’re Hiring! WNPF Seeks Office Assistant

February 9, 2016: Chris Morgan’s “Wanted Grizzly Bears?” Short Film Premiere

February 2, 2016: WNPF Spring Dinner & Auction on April 23rd focuses on funding parks’ science & research

December 30, 2015: Record-setting $600K+ contributed for Washington’s three largest national parks

November 19, 2015: Turn the day after Thanksgiving from BLACK to GREEN and #OptOutside with WNPF at Mount Rainier and Olympic National Parks

October 29, 2015: Celebrating 100 Years of Mount Rainier’s Wonderland Trail, Two Beers Brewing adds Wonderland Trail IPA to Year-round Lineup 

September 28, 2015: Olympic National Park will benefit from Hamma Hamma Double IPA from Zeeks Pizza and Schooner Exact

September 15, 2015: National Parks Projects Need Philanthropic Help By End of September 

August 14, 2015: Parks funding will go OVER THE TOP on September 16th

May 6, 2015: Parks benefit from generous Haggen donation

March 1, 2015: WNPF Spring Dinner and Auction on April 11th benefits parks


The entire board was stunned by the level of generosity from Haggen. This is an impactful donation that will make a real difference in our Northwest national parks!”

Bret Wirta
WNFP Board President

Laurie Ward, WNPF Executive Director, and Randy King, Mount Rainier National Park Superintendent, were interviewed by Gary Shipe on March 22nd, 2015. The interview aired on KQMV 92.5 FM (Movin’ 92.5) KLCK 98.9 FM (The New Click 98.9) AM 880 KIXI, and AM 1150 KKNW.

The reality is that the funding available at the federal level really hasn’t kept up with the needs, and the role of donations is growing in importance.

Randy King
Superintendent, Mount Rainier National Park

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