Trailheads, campgrounds, and day-use areas within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest are closed until further notice

EVERETT, Wash., – To align with state and local stay home to save lives measures, trailheads, campgrounds, and day use areas* within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest will be temporarily closed. These closures are based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help slow the spread of …

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Survey on the Effect of Coronavirus Pandemic on Horses & Horse Owners 2020 Let’s help our horses, together. With COVID-19 impacting equine activities worldwide, Flair, LLC has teamed up with Dr. David Marlin and Science Supplements USA to develop a survey for those located in the US and Canada to …

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DNR Closing Public Lands to Recreation Activities

In order to stop the spread of COVID-19, all public lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources (nearly 6 million acres) will be closed to the public through at least April 8. OLYMPIA – The state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced the closure of all DNR-managed lands …

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Local Distillery Begins Manufacturing Hand Sanitizer to Give Away in Community

  Everson, WA – Probably Shouldn’t Distillery has begun producing a different kind of ‘essential’ quarantine product, hand sanitizer. Located in Everson, WA, the family-owned distillery will begin producing and distributing hand sanitizer as early as Tuesday, March 24. Shawn and Mariah Butenschoen, the founders of the distillery, are starting …

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Equine Disease Communication Center Launches Online Equine Coronavirus and COVID-19 Resources

  LEXINGTON, Ky.- The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for many horse owners. To have a central source for accurate information, The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) published a Coronavirus resource page on its website featuring items to help horse owners navigate this disease pandemic. The EDCC’s Coronavirus page …

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Considerations for You During the COVID-19 Crisis

By Joyce Harman, DVM As we all get stuck inside or at home more than we normally are, it’s important to figure out how take care of ourselves, our family, and our animals. Since we may have more time than usual at home, how about some extra dog walks out …

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Good News! State Parks’ 2020 Legislative Update

During this challenging time while we all are dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak, state parks are open and are a good place for people to get outdoors and get some peace of mind. We are taking additional precautionary measures to keep our staff and visitors safe and we plan on …

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COVID-19 Resources for Small Businesses

  COVID-19 Updates As of March 16, 2020   We wanted to let everyone know that we are still here and available as a resource to you during these challenging times. We aren’t currently seeing clients in person, but are available for email and/or phone advising sessions. Please reach out …

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