|You Can Make A Difference!
Sign up for a CORT Class and have WDFW Enforcement Officers teach you
how to identify, document and report wildlife and other natural resource crimes.
The foundation of EIW programs are all based off their Crime Observation Reporting Training program,
creating a state-wide network of trained citizens dedicated
to reducing poaching, illegal garbage dumping, vandalism
and other natural resource abuses on public and private property
EIW also trains volunteers to help wildlife and natural resource agencies
with citizen engaged projects from field data collection, biological sample collection to habitat enhancement projects
If you are interested in some exciting volunteer and training opportunities,
visit http://www.eyesinthewoods.org/ for information on becoming a volunteer member of Eyes In The Woods
EIW facebook group open to all law biding citizens who care about
keeping the public and private lands we recreate on in the State of Washington open and
FREE to enjoy, FREE from poaching, FREE from ugly dump sites and FREE from illegal activity
that may eventually result in closures of these lands