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Number of people educated about commuting, safe routes to schools and traffic safety by the Bicycle Alliance of Washington.
Amount Climate Solutions helped secure for the green jobs training program in Washington State.
Number of people who learned sustainability practices and methods from a faith perspective directly from Earth Ministry.
The number of trees and shrubs planted by EarthCorps volunteers and crews in urban parks.
The number of school children Nature Vision taught about ecosystems, interdependence, and biodiversity.
The number of residents of Whidbey Island benefi ted by Northwest SEED’s funding and technical assistance to install a community solar project owned by local investors.
How much more energy efficient all new homes and businesses will be, thanks to Northwest Energy Coalition’s defense of the State Energy Code.
Number of acres of Aquatic Reserves protected by People for Puget Sound, including over a mile of the only natural shoreline left on Maury Island.
The number of volunteers trained by Puget Soundkeeper Alliance who who will patrol by motorboat, kayak, canoe, bicycle or on foot to protect Puget Sound from polluters.
The number of people educated by Seattle Tilth in composting and building healthy soil, a key part in Seattle’s waste reduction and recycling efforts.
Number of residents educated on transportation issues– and the health benefi ts of leaving the car at home– by Transportation Choices Coalition.
The amount of funding the Washington Environmental Council helped secure to address toxic runoff, the top source of water pollution in the state.
Number of hours Washington Trails Association’s volunteers provide in trail maintenance annually (a value of over $10 million in donated labor since 1993).
Number of visitors who enjoy the benefi ts of Washington Water Trails Association’s restoration work on Blake and Blind Islands annually.
Number of years Salmon Creek sat dry before Washington Water Trust restored flow, opening access to pristine salmon habitat and summer steelhead passage.
The value of Washington’s outdoor recreation industry, protected by many of our groups, including the Washington Wilderness Coalition.
Pounds of electronics collected for recycling thanks to Zero Waste Washington’s work on the statewide E-Cycle program.
Percent of the countries with wild tigers that committed to double their wild tiger population in the next 12 years thanks to World Wildlife Fund’s efforts.
Acres purchased by The Nature Conservancy on the Washington coast in an effort to bring back wild salmon to historic levels of abundance.
Number of trees planted by American Forests’ Global ReLeaf projects all around the world