Washington Fish and Wildlife Reform Coalition

There is a new powerhouse fish and wildlife coalition in Washington State, and NARN is fully engaged. 

NARN held the first ever Washington Fish and Wildlife Reform Convention last month on Vashon Island, along with its partners, Washington Wildlife First, Animal and Earth Advocates, Center for Biological Diversity, Wild Fish Conservancy, Defenders of Wildlife, Humane Society of the United States, and the Conservation Angler.  

NARN was on the Steering Committee for the convention, which congruently solidified an ongoing partnership between a wide-range of fish and wildlife stakeholders across the PNW by the formation of a new group, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Coalition. 

Want to do more? Donate now and help push truly protective fish and wildlife management policies into practice; we need policies that acknowledge the inherent value of all individuals, including the wild beings of Washington State. 

Press Release – TWS Conference Proves Desire for Cooperation, not Conflict, in Wildlife Management

  For Immediate Release  November 28, 2022 Contact Rachel Bjork, President, Northwest Animals Rights Network,   rachel@narn.org  Hannah Thompson-Garner, Director of…

WDFW Wolf Slaughter Continues Despite Lack of Oversight

For Immediate Release September 30, 2022 Contact: Hannah Thompson-Garner, Director of Advocacy and Mission Advancement, Northwest Animal Rights Network, hannah@narn.org,…

$30,000 Reward Offered for Info on Washington Wolf Killings

For Immediate Release, May 27, 2022 Rachel Bjork, Northwest Animal Rights Network, (206) 334-3742, info@narn.org Sophia Ressler, Center for Biological…

$15,000 Reward Offered for Info on Wolf Poaching in Stevens County – Shooting Death of Female Wolf Marks End of Washington’s Wedge Pack

For Immediate Release, June 17, 2021 Contacts: Rachel Bjork, Northwest Animal Rights Network, (206) 334-3742, info@narn.org Amaroq Weiss, Center for…

News From Our Partners