Posted by David Haviland on July 12, 2013 for KBKW

QUILCENE, Wash. – More than 100 new local businesses have announced their support for the Wild Olympics Campaign, Campaign consultant Al Carter tells us, “We’ve got 84 businesses in Grays Harbor County, we’ve just added about 40. We’re getting a lot of support for Wild Olympics, and as always the longer you talk about something the easier it is to understand and the more sense it makes.

For the full story, the list of supporters, and background on the bill, go to: Wild Olympics Campaign support growing in Western Washington – Local News –.

Broads is teaming with the Wild Olympics Campaign to host a Broadwalk  in support of the Campaign’s proposal to protect 126,000 acres as Wilderness and 464 miles as Wild & Scenic River on 19 different rivers on the Olympic Peninsula.

The Broadwalk is full but to get on the waiting list, send an e-mail to with “Broadwalk wait list” in the subject line. Go to for more information about the Broadwalk.