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Take Your Hikes Twice As Far: Membership, Matched

Posted by Loren Drummond at Jun 28, 2012 09:55 AM |

By becoming a member of Washington Trails Association, you do more than just hike Washington trails, you protect them. You repair them. You help keep them open and maintained. You get kids outside and into the wilderness. As a member, you become a voice for the mountains, deserts, waterfalls, alpine lakes, beaches and wildlife you love. And if you become a member on June 28 or 29, you can double your impact for trails.

You’d probably rather be hiking right now. We get it. We want you to get out there and visit your favorite wild places, too. We also want those trails and lands to be there when you’re ready to return.

By becoming a member of Washington Trails Association, you do more than just hike Washington trails, you protect them. You repair them. You help keep them open and maintained. You get kids outside and into the wilderness. As a member, you become a voice for the mountains, deserts, waterfalls, alpine lakes, beaches and wildlife you love.

Become a member right now, and double your impact for trails.


Become a member of Washington Trails Association by midnight tomorrow
and your gift will be worth TWICE as much. A group of generous donors has offered to match your membership gift, dollar-for-dollar, up to $5,000.

As a WTA member, you become part of a community that saves trails. Last year, when more than two million acres of state lands were threatened with closure, WTA made sure they remained open.

As a member, you also power wta.org. If you  already use our online resources to find hike suggestions or check in on trail conditions, then you know what a powerful resource it is. As a member, you’re investing in your own outdoor adventures.   

If you ever wondered what it could be like to do twice as much for the wilderness you love, today is your day. Join WTA and your gift will be doubled.

Now, it's time to go hiking.

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