Inslee announces salmon recovery proposals for 2022

2021 legislative session ends with historic wins for climate, COVID relief

Inslee statement on U.S. Rep. Simpson's proposed Columbia Basin legislation

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today regarding a proposal to recover salmon in the Pacific Northwest from U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson, an Idaho Republican.

Inslee announces bold climate package for 2021–2023 biennium

Inslee directs Fish and Wildlife to initiate new wolf management rulemaking

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Inslee and Ferguson joint statement on Trump administration's pro-pollution rule

Inslee names Laura Watson director of Washington State Department of Ecology

Gov. Jay Inslee named Laura Watson director of the Washington State Department of Ecology today. She replaces Maia Bellon, who Inslee appointed in 2013.

Inslee announces bold climate legislation as part of supplemental budget rollout

Op-Ed: Want to fight climate change? Experience what we're fighting for

This Op-Ed reflects the opinions of Gov. Jay Inslee (WA).

Inslee letter blasts EPA rollback of methane pollution protections

Capitol Campus is about to get greener

Engineered wood product industry helps lower carbon emissions and create jobs

Inslee directs state agencies to immediately ramp up culvert repairs ignored by legislators

Gov. Jay Inslee yesterday ordered the Washington State Department of Transportation to begin the immediate ramp-up of culvert repairs around the state, an urgent and crucial priority for improving fish passage and salmon recovery.

Inslee expands drought emergency for nearly half of the state

U.S. News and World Report: Why Washington is the Best State in America

Inslee names Laura Blackmore new executive director of the Puget Sound Partnership

Gov. Jay Inslee named Laura Blackmore the new executive director of the Puget Sound Partnership. She will replace Sheida Sahandy who is leaving the position.

Inslee declares drought emergency for Okanogan, Methow and Upper Yakima

Despite significant snow in parts of Washington, water supply shortages are projected in the Methow, Okanogan and Upper Yakima basins, prompting Gov. Jay Inslee to declare a drought emergency in those watersheds.

Inslee statement on Trans Mountain pipeline recommendation

Gov. Jay Inslee issued a statement today on the Canadian National Energy Board’s recommendation that the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion should go forward.

To help salmon migrate, Ecology issues proposal allowing more water to spill over dams

The Washington Department of Ecology is issuing a proposal to allow more water to spill over eight federal dams along the lower Columbia and Snake rivers.


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