Washington Environmental Council

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Washington Environmental Council (WEC)

Address:615 2nd Ave, Suite 380
Seattle, WA 98104

Web: www.wecprotects.org
Established: 1967. Description:Works to protect, restore, and preserve the environment of Washington state. Advocates for the environment at the state legislature, develops environmental policy, educates and involves the public, and takes legal action in order to protect the forests and wildlife, water and fish, open spaces, and quality of life for future generations. Members: 3,500. Dues: $30/year ($40/year for families, $20/year for students/seniors).
Publications: Washington Environmental Council (quarterly); free to members.

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president; and Darlene Madenwald, Washington Environmental Council president.
May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Washington Public Lands Commissioner Brian Boyle responded to a news conference held in Seattle by David Bricklin, attorney for the Washington Environmental Council (WEC).
For example, the sea of contiguous clearcuts that the Washington Environmental Council addresses would specifically be prevented by one of the Forest Practices Board's proposed rules.

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