Washington Water Trust

Working to restore our state's rivers and streams.

  • Collaborative Solutions in the Dungeness Watershed

    WWT and our partners in Clallam County are excited to share our latest  project in the Dungeness Watershed! Check out our short film to find out more. 
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  • Save the Date!

    WWT is hosting our 4th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Seattle on April 19, 2017. Save the date to celebrate adventure and conservation through the power of film! More information to follow. 
  • Explore the Teanaway River!

    Explore our Teanaway Story Map to see how Washington Water Trust works with Teanaway landowners to ensure the right amount of water remains in stream at the right time, so fish, farms, businesses and wildlife can all thrive!
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  • All the water that was, is.

    Society's demand for water is outstripping supply—leaving many streams low or dry. Working with landowners to use water more efficiently, we leave more water instream to benefit all.
  • Ideas, like rivers, never have just one source.

    We offer an essential gathering place, a confluence of perspectives, where all who are interested in protecting rivers and streams have a voice.
  • Help Restore More of What's Missing

    At the right time, in the right place, even just small amounts of water left instream have an immensely positive impact--fish can spawn, wildlife can thrive, recreation can abound.

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Collaborative Solutions: Dungeness Off-Channel Reservoir

Washington Water Trust, Dungeness Water Users Association, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Clallam County, City of Sequim, and Clallam Conservation District, who partnered to develop the Dungeness Water Exchange, are now focusing our efforts on another collaborative solution. Together we are pursuing construction of an off-channel reservoir which will address late season instream flows, climate change resiliency, flood risk in Sequim and late season irrigation water supply.  Learn more

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Portrait of a Water Transaction

Washington Water Trust and similar organizations are using innovative approaches to find solutions that work for people and the environment in the Pacific Northwest. Watch this video if you'd like to learn more about what we do and how we do it.

Upcoming Events View All

Feb
24
Walla Walla Snowpack MeetingJoin the Walla Walla Water Management Partnership for a public......
Apr
19
2017 Wild & Scenic Film Festival in SeattleThe Wild & Scenic Film Festival entertains, motivates and inspires......
Apr
25
2017 Salmon Recovery ConferenceWWT will lead a panel discussion entitled Instream Flow Restoration:......

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