Read how WTA's work has touched the lives of people across the state.
Sally Jewell Aims to Put Young People to Work on Public Lands
Jan 09, 2014
The Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, secures the first million towards an initiative aimed at putting 100,000 young people and veterans to work outdoors on conservation and stewardship of public lands.
WTA and Youth: Our Favorite Moments on Trail in 2013
Dec 04, 2013
From youth leaders to volunteer crews to the launch of our brand new Outdoor Leadership Training program, celebrate some of the our favorite youth moments on trail this year.
Teens Improve Trails Renamed for Jim Whittaker, Nawang Gombu
Oct 15, 2013
King County recently renamed two trails on Cougar Mountain in honor of Jim Whittaker and the late Nawang Gombu. Together, the newly named trails form a 3.2-mile loop. The very next day, WTA youth volunteer crews were working to improve the trails for hikers in years to come.
Two Teens Advocate for Getting Outside, WTA
Nov 28, 2012
Meet two high school seniors (and long-term volunteers) who will be adding their voices to the Youth Committee at Washington Trails Association. In the coming gear, Helen Miller and Tzuria Falkenberg will work with WTA board members and staff to develop and improve WTA’s youth programs for families, teens, and young adults.
Community Partners Get Youth on Trails
Jul 05, 2012
WTA appreciates the effort our community partners put into organizing a day of volunteer trail maintenance for youth.
Amgen Foundation Grant Supports Youth Volunteers
Sep 29, 2011
The Amgen Foundation has awarded the WTA youth program a $15,000 grant. Two employees also helped out by delivering ice cream to a group of high school volunteers in August.