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WWT Now Accepts Vehicle Donations

Do you have an old car, truck, motorcycle, boat or other vehicle you are looking to get rid of?Now, you can donate that vehicle to Washington Water Trust!It’s EASY, all you have to do is call the number or fill out the online form below then our partner CARS – (Charitable Adult Rides & Services), […]

We are hiring a Project Manager

Washington Water Trust is hiring a Project Manager to be based in Ellensburg, WA. This full-time position requires a candidate who will partner with landowners, tribes, conservation districts, land trusts, local, state and federal agencies to implement and fund innovative programs and projects with lasting benefits to endangered fish, streams and local economies. We are […]

Meet New WWT Team Member Kevin Haydon, Project Manager

Washington Water Trust is thrilled to have recently added Kevin Haydon to our team as a Project Manager based in Ellensburg, WA. Kevin, a lifelong Washingtonian, took a moment to share a bit about his interests, experience and what he will be doing for the Washington Water Trust. Welcome Kevin! Kevin, what will you be […]

An Interconnected Life

One of our talented interns, Anna Greene, from Stanford University shares her experience as the Streamflow Restoration Policy Intern at WWT this summer and waxes philosophical about the interconnectedness of humans and the natural world on the Stanford Out West Student Blog

Go With the Flow – How WWT Partners with Land Trusts

Click here to learn how Washington Water Trust and land trusts work together to ensure interconnected land and water conservation benefits.

Aquifer Recharge Season: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

Written by Emily Dick, WWT Project Manager In the area surrounding the City of Sequim on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Washington Water Trust (WWT) has the opportunity to “give back” to the rivers, streams, and wells of local residents every year from May 15th-July 15th. As a project manager at WWT, I balance the Dungeness Water […]

Watershed Wonders with Middle School Students at Camp Biota

Written by Maggie Gonzalez, WWT Project Manager (Photo credits: Anni Ponder/USFWS & Julia Pinnix/USFWS) Early in April, I had the great opportunity to spend a day teaching at Camp Biota, a week-long overnight science camp for middle school students in the Migrant Education Program from various school districts throughout Washington State. The camp took place […]

Downstream Dungeness: 2018 Dungeness Water Exchange Annual Report

Downstream Dungeness is the annual report for the Dungeness Water Exchange, a water bank operated by the Washington Water Trust in the Dungeness River Basin. The Dungeness Water Exchange allows builders, homeowners and farmers to get the water they need while protecting the river for future generations. Put simply, the Exchange ensures that we put […]