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FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT  FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also FISH; FISHING, COMMERCIAL; FISHING, RECREATIONAL; OUTDOOR RECREATION; PUBLIC LANDS; SALMON; STEELHEAD)
Applications submitted to department, requiring prompt action: HB 1163, HB 1236, SB 5821
Aquatic invasive species, infractions to include transporting watercraft into state without valid documentation: SB 5702, * SSB 5702, CH 307 (2013)
Aquatic invasive species, integrated management approach and enforcement, department role: HB 2458, SHB 2458, 2SHB 2458, SB 6040, * ESSB 6040, CH 202 (2014)
Bighorn sheep, damage to commercial crops by, payment of claims for compensation by department: SB 5760, SSB 5760
Child support, noncompliance-based suspension of licenses, provisions, department role: SB 6485
Cougar control, pursuit or hunting with aid of dogs, pilot program, department role: SB 6287, SSB 6287
Day-use permit, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935
Day-use permit, making permit voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
Day-use permit, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain department-managed roads: SHB 1935, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, bulk sales at reduced rate in certain cases: SHB 1935, SSB 5289, SSB 5653, SB 5897, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Discover pass, complimentary pass for department customers spending certain amount: HB 2199
Discover pass, complimentary, for spouses doing collective agency-sanctioned volunteer work: SHB 1935, ESB 5097
Discover pass, discount when purchased with certain hunting and fishing licenses, etc.: SB 5289
Discover pass, making pass voluntary and modifying additional provisions: SB 6293
Discover pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain department-managed roads: SHB 1935, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Enforcement actions against Indian tribal members, hunting-related, referring action to tribal enforcement authority in certain cases: HB 1496
Enforcement actions against Indian tribal members, hunting-related, using training module on tribal hunting rights prepared by attorney general's office: ESHB 1496
Enforcement, merging department of natural resources officers with fish and wildlife enforcement: HB 1849
Enforcement, of fish and wildlife law provisions, various violations : HB 2460, SHB 2460, SB 6041, * ESSB 6041, CH 48 (2014)
Environmental justice, department efforts concerning disproportionately adverse health and environmental impacts on low-income and minority populations: HB 1434
Environmental law violations, involving fish and wildlife enforcement code, attorney general authority and power: HB 1655
Federal receipts, requiring that department report concerning federal financial assistance: SB 5804, * SSB 5804, CH 32 (2013)
Fish habitat, department of transportation fish habitat enhancement projects, agency partnership for eliminating fish passage barriers: SB 6509, SSB 6509
Fish habitat, department of transportation fish habitat enhancement projects, limiting regulatory requirements, department role: HB 2765
Fish passage barrier removal task force, renaming as board: HB 2251, SHB 2251, * 2SHB 2251, CH 120 (2014) PV, SB 6509, SSB 6509
Fish passage barriers associated with transportation, removal of, fish habitat enhancement projects, department role: HB 2765, SB 6509, SSB 6509
Fishing line or monofilament recycling pilot program, establishment by department: SB 6080
Forage fish, department to report on: SB 6072, SSB 6072
Game lands owned by department, property tax on, in lieu payments provisions: HB 2045, SB 6446, * SSB 6446, CH 55 (2014)
Game lands owned by department, property tax on, repealing in lieu payments provisions: HB 1073
Game lands owned by department, property tax on, repealing or modifying certain in lieu payments provisions: SB 6551, SSB 6551
Geoduck clams, geoduck diver safety program, department to create program and establish diver safety requirements: * 2SHB 1764, CH 204 (2013)
Hatcheries, salmonid, department-partner management agreements: HB 1071, SB 5543
Hatcheries, salmonid, department-partner management agreements for hatcheries in Hood Canal basin: * SHB 1071, CH 93 (2013), SSB 5543
Hunting, hunter education training courses and certificates, department role: HB 1199, ESHB 1199, HB 2459, SHB 2459, SB 5231, SSB 5231, SB 6039, SSB 6039, SB 6281, SSB 6281
Hydraulic permits and projects, creating a mineral prospecting and mining advisory committee: SB 6544
Hydraulic permits and projects, environmental review when involving transportation, prohibiting adoption or maintaining of requirements by department when more stringent: HB 1996
Hydraulic permits and projects, prospecting, suction dredge use and mineral prospecting and mining permit: HB 2579
Hydraulic permits and projects, removal of sediment from freshwater by volunteers, exemption from permit requirement under certain conditions: HB 2021, SB 6027
Indian tribal members, hunting-related enforcement actions against, referring action to tribal enforcement authority in certain cases: HB 1496, ESHB 1496
Invasive species, aquatic, infractions to include transporting watercraft into state without valid documentation: SB 5702, * SSB 5702, CH 307 (2013)
Invasive species, integrated management approach and enforcement, department role: HB 2458, SHB 2458, 2SHB 2458, SB 6040, * ESSB 6040, CH 202 (2014)
Land management, department consideration of economic development: HB 1111
Land, habitat and recreation, process for acquisition by department: SB 5054, SSB 5054, SB 6052, ESSB 6052
Lands acquired by fish and wildlife commission, department authority to manage using best available management techniques: HB 1372
Lands and their resources, coordinated state and local management, department role: HB 1163
Lands managed by department, ensuring no net loss of public recreational opportunities on: SB 5907
Lands managed by department, exempting certain roads from motor vehicle operation day-use permit, discover pass, or vehicle access pass requirement: SHB 1935, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Lands managed by department, recreation access, removing penalty reduction for failure to display day-use permit, discover pass, or vehicle access pass: SB 6378
Lands managed by department, recreation access, waiving penalty for failure to display day-use permit, discover pass, or vehicle access pass: HB 2156
Lands purchased by nonprofit organization with public funds, recreation requirements and department role: SB 5057
Lands, department-owned game lands, property tax on, in lieu payments: HB 2045, SB 6446, * SSB 6446, CH 55 (2014)
Lands, department-owned game lands, property tax on, repealing in lieu payments provisions: HB 1073
Lands, department-owned game lands, property tax on, repealing or modifying certain in lieu payments provisions: SB 6551, SSB 6551
Lands, department-owned, leasing for grazing when near a wolf pack, conditions: SB 5300
Lands, department-purchased, retaining water rights for later transfer to local economy trust water account: SB 5219, SSB 5219, E2SSB 5219
Lands, real property, department funding or reimbursement for fee simple acquisition, ensuring public recreational access: SSB 5057
Lands, recreational access or parking, prohibiting department from requiring fee or permit: SB 6293
Licenses, child support noncompliance-based suspension, additional suspension due to violation of suspension: * HB 1218, CH 102 (2013), SB 5137
Licenses, commercial and recreational, various provisions: HB 2460, SHB 2460, SB 6041, * ESSB 6041, CH 48 (2014)
Licenses, commercial fishing, charter boat operators unlawfully engaging in fishing guide activity, gross misdemeanor: HB 1896
Licenses, commercial fishing, food fish or game fish guide licensees, western Washington steelhead guide stamp requirements for: HB 1917
Licenses, commercial fishing, food fish or game fish guides licensing, expanding information and other requirements: SB 5786, * SSB 5786, CH 314 (2013)
Licenses, commercial fishing, guides unlawfully engaging in fishing guide activity, gross misdemeanor: HB 1896
Licenses, geoduck clam diver licenses, provisions: HB 1764, SHB 1764, * 2SHB 1764, CH 204 (2013), HB 2574, SB 5665
Licenses, hunting and fishing, discover pass discount when purchased with certain licenses, etc.: SB 5289
Licenses, hunting and fishing, personally identifying information from, disclosure for unemployment compensation overpayment recovery: HB 1393, SB 5353
Licenses, nonresident veterans with disabilities, issuing combination fishing license or any hunting license at nondisabled resident cost: * SHB 1192, CH 101 (2013)
Licenses, veterans with disabilities, discounted hunting and fishing licenses to include nonresidents: HB 1192
Livestock damage by wolves, payment by department of claims for compensation: HB 1501, SHB 1501, SB 5079
Marine areas redevelopment and restoration projects, requirements for permit review and approval process eligibility, department role: SB 5545
Migratory bird annual stamp, design of stamp and related matters, department role: SB 6193
Migratory bird permits, sales to hunters, use of revenues, department role: SB 6193
Natural resource management, department use of best available land management techniques: HB 1372
Natural resources management, streamlining through agency independence, department administrative authority: HB 1384
Permitting decisions, enhancing transparency and predictability of process: HB 2192, SHB 2192, * E2SHB 2192, CH 68 (2014), SB 6045
Scientific literature, peer-reviewed, use by department: * HB 1112, CH 68 (2013), HB 2261, * SHB 2261, CH 21 (2014)
Sediment from rivers, management strategies, demonstration projects to test, department role: ESB 6549
Sediment, removal from freshwater by volunteers, exemption from hydraulic project permit requirement under certain conditions: HB 2021, SB 6027
Spawning beds, salmon and steelhead, prohibiting activities that harm or disturb, department role: SB 5254
Trails, official recreational trail policy, department to develop and implement: HB 2151
Transportation projects, environmental and compensatory mitigation, restricting imposition by permitting agency of land acquisition requirements: HB 2095
Transportation projects, environmental review and permitting, prohibiting adoption or maintaining of requirements by department when more stringent: HB 1996
Transportation projects, environmental review and permitting, reforming to expedite projects through streamlined environmental decision making, department role: HB 1978, ESHB 1978, HB 2070, SHB 2070, SB 6051
Vehicle access pass, requiring for motor vehicle operation, exempting certain department-managed roads: SHB 1935, * ESSB 5897, CH 15 (2013)
Vessels, publicly owned, transfer by department: HB 1245, * ESHB 1245, CH 291 (2013), SB 5663, ESSB 5663
Wildlife, bighorn sheep, damage to commercial crops by, payment of claims for compensation by department: SB 5760, SSB 5760
Wildlife, damage to crops and livestock by, additional personalized license plate registration fee to be used for payment of claims for compensation: * E2SSB 5193, CH 329 (2013)
Wildlife, damage to crops and livestock by, expenditures from wildlife conflict account for: HB 2517, SHB 2517, 2SHB 2517
Wildlife, damage to crops and livestock by, payment of claims for compensation: HB 1219, SB 5193, SSB 5193, * E2SSB 5193, CH 329 (2013)
Wolves, department management of, use of Washington's wolves license plate fees: HB 1219, HB 1500, HB 1501, SHB 1501, SB 5193, SSB 5193, SB 5299
Wolves, gray wolf translocation to western Washington, department to institute program: HB 1258
Wolves, livestock damage caused by, payment of claims for compensation: HB 1501, SHB 1501, SB 5300
Wolves, nonlethal management cooperative agreements with livestock owners, department to enter into: SB 5300
Working waterfront redevelopment jobs act, department role: SB 5545