Methow Headwaters: Permanently Protected
Thanks to you, 340,079 acres of land in the Methow Headwaters are now protected from industrial-scale mining, forever! This is the story of a small mountain community coming together to achieve this remarkable success! A film by Benjamin Drummond + Sara Steele

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THANK YOU!

SUPPORTERS – Thank you to everyone who came out and celebrated with us at the Winthrop Barn!  We were especially grateful to have Senator Maria Cantwell in attendance at the event, as well as a representative from Senator Murray’s office and a special video message from Congressman Newhouse.  If you missed this celebration, don’t fret, there will be another opportunity to come together on May 29th at The Mountaineers in Seattle.  Save the Date and we’ll send out more details soon!

PERMANENTLY PROTECTED!

WHAT'S AT STAKE

Methow_Icon_WaterWATER

Water sustains life in the Methow. 90% of the watershed is in public ownership, and is the source for nearly all water, making water quality tied closely to public land management.

Methow_icons_RecreationRECREATION

People come to the Methow to play—it is home to the nation’s largest Nordic ski trail system and is a gateway to North Cascades National Park and vast wilderness areas.

Methow_Icon_WildlifeWILDLIFE

The Methow supports a rich diversity of wildlife and is home to 7 federally protected fish and wildlife species, 5 of which have designated critical habitat.

Methow_Icon_FishSALMON RECOVERY

The Methow is critical to Upper Columbia salmon recovery. Nearly $100 million has been invested in recovery and restoration in the Methow alone.

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