WE BELIEVE
OUTDOOR RECREATION
Matters.
WELCOME TO THE BIG TENT
The Umbrella Organization for the voice of Outdoor Recreation in Washington State.

The power of the Big Tent  lies not with any individual or with any shiny advertising or marketing campaigns, but with the combined weight of dozens of organizations and agencies who believe in the collective value of outdoor recreation.

Washington State's Outdoor Recreation Economy Generates

View the 2020 Economic Analysis of Outdoor Recreation in Washington State for details

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#RecreateResponsibly to Protect Yourself, Others, and the Outdoors

During this public health crisis, spending time in outdoor spaces has become even more important for many Americans. Yet these unusual circumstances mean that all of us, from seasoned outdoor enthusiasts to families heading out to their local park for the first time, could use a little guidance about how to stay safe. The Recreate Responsibly guidelines offer a starting point for getting outside to keep yourself healthy and to maintain access to our parks, trails, and beaches.

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Advocacy Resources for You

Since being launched 50 years ago, LWCF has invested $637M in Washington state alone on public lands acquisition and access projects that are the setting for much of the recreation that happens in Washington state. This has included key investments in the Pacific Crest Trail and every national park and forest in Washington, along with state lands like Deception Pass State Park, Discovery Park and more than 600 other local and state projects.

WWRC has put together an advocacy toolkit that includes talking points, sample media and social media materials, and other useful resources. If you choose to participate in LWCF advocacy, they will occasionally ask you for low lift actions like social media, letters to the editor, and contacting legislative offices. In all cases they will provide writing and other necessary support to make outreach as easy as possible.

A full list of projects by county is available at the end of this report, and a one page summary of the program can be found here.

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