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Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote advocacy, education, and stewardship of public access to Washington's waterways for people in human and wind powered beachable watercraft.

Washington Water Trails Association (WWTA) is a non-profit membership organization whose members who love to travel and enjoy the world by small boats. The Association incorporated in 1990, after realizing that urbanization and privatization of Washington's shorelines are limiting access to and rapidly changing the pristine nature of Washington's waterways. WWTA provides a clear voice for small boater's rights and a helping hand to preserve access to Washington's waters for future generations.

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What WWTA Does:

Surveys and secures access to Washington State waterways

Promotes boating safety and care for the environment

Creates and stewards water trails like the Lakes to Locks, Columbia River, and Willapa Bay Water Trails, and the nationally recognized and award-winning Cascadia Marine Trail.

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http://www.wwta.org

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