Thank you to everyone who made our homegrown music festival - Let's keep our valley green and our rivers clean - a huge success last Saturday, July 2. Over 500 people joined in the fun at John Doran's Walking D Ranch Adventures, and over 300 postcards were signed in support of halting the development of mining operations in the upper headwaters of the Methow during the celebrations. We were so grateful to celebrate not only the special qualities that make the Methow Valley a wonderful place, but to enjoy the festivities with those who live, work, and recreate ...
July 2nd Music Festival and River Restoration Tours Celebrates Clean and Green Headwaters
A festival in celebration of the Methow Valley and its headwaters will offer
performances by several local musicians, as well as a pig roast and BBQ,
on July 2nd at John Doran’s Walking D Ranch Adventures, 200-88 Highway 20 in
Twisp, Wash. The free event runs from 4 to 10 p.m and is open to the public.
In addition to the music festival, tours of salmon habitat restoration work on the
Methow River will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 ...
Download PDF May 25, 2016 For Immediate Release:
Contact: Maggie Coon
Methow Headwaters Campaign
firstname.lastname@example.org Senator Murray’s Legislation Boosts Methow Headwaters Campaign Winthrop, Wash. -- The Methow Headwaters Campaign said today that its efforts to protect the rural character and diverse economy of the Methow Valley has received significant support with the introduction of the Methow Headwaters Protection Act of 2016 by U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) and cosponsored by U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA). The act ...