Projects

We support the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge in their mission to restore, enhance, protect, and conserve the wildlife and its environment while providing educational opportunities, increasing public awareness, involvement, appreciation and enjoyment of the Refuge.


Convergence Art Tables

This project creates a functional artwork of four originally-designed tables to be located at the new Refuge headquarters. 

Learn more about this project


Willapa Refuge Visitor Center

In 2020, the new Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Natural Resource Center completed Phase 1 with the headquarters building in the South Bay Unit at 7112 67th Place in Long Beach. The Refuge is planning a new Visitor Center for this site to be constructed adjacent to the headquarters as funding becomes available.

Learn more about the visitor center


South Willapa Bay Trails and New Overlook

Willapa Bay is one of the west coast’s most pristine water bodies and important migratory bird habitats. The south end of the bay offers a beautiful mix of wetlands, coastal prairies, forests, and salt marsh habitats.

Learn more about South Willapa Bay Trails and New Overlook project


Restoration and Conservation

To help plants and wildlife, Refuge staff uses a variety of habitat management techniques to maintain, recover, or enhance plant and wildlife values.

Learn more about our Restoration and Conservation project

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