Join us in this episode for a chat with Christine Mahler, executive director of the Washington Wildlife & Recreation Coalition.
Our region is nationally and globally known for the dramatic beauty of its landscapes and seascapes. Yet many of these natural environments could not exist without the active and vigilant stewardship of myriad public and private organizations. Christine discusses the creation and preservation of the Pacific Northwest’s most beloved outdoor spaces – from urban wildlife areas and family farms to tiny pocket parks – through an unusually broad bipartisan coalition involving hunters, tribal governments, environmentalists, labor unions, and corporations.
“It’s all truly interconnected. What impacts native grasses impacts the turtles and then it impacts the birds and the fish.” - Christine Mahler