In Washington, our supporters have helped

preserve 134,894 acres of open space

create a park or natural area within a 10-minute walk of 126,627 people

complete 331 projects and are actively supporting 17 community projects

Featured Projects


Ten places where LWCF could make a difference right now
During the coronavirus pandemic, nature has taken on a whole new meaning for many of us, becoming a vital respite from anxiety, grief, and cabin fever. But not everyone has safe, equal access to the outdoors: parks may be too few and far between, sidewalks too narrow or nonexistent, and open space restricted by locked gates and “No Trespassing” signs (even before officials started to make difficult decisions to close parks to protect public health).
In fast-growing Seattle metro, the need for parks is evergreen
The forested slopes of Cougar Mountain are a comforting backdrop to daily life in the Seattle suburb of Issaquah. Hitting the trail for an hour after work or a long weekend ramble through the 3,000-acre Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is part of the routine here, a given, a fact of life.
The Sky’s the Limit
In rural Washington and bustling Los Angeles, park advocates are tapping into the power of a common goal.

Local offices

901 5th Avenue, Suite 1520 | Seattle, Washington  98164
Phone: (206) 587-2447 | Email Address: [email protected]
18 N. Wenatchee Avenue, Second Floor | Wenatchee, Washington  98801
Phone: (509) 888-0844 | Email Address: [email protected]
Regional Director, Washington & Oregon
David Patton

Northwest Board

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