YP Hiking Event

Join us for a hike to Snow Lake and after party with food and drinks at Gold Creek PondEnjoy being out in nature while learning about our state’s top environmental issues and how we can be part of the solutions. After the hike enjoy cold drinks and food as we engage in discussion/Q&A with WPC’s Environmental Director, Todd Myers.


Date: Saturday, July 25th
Location: Snow Lake Trailhead at Snoqualmie Pass 
Hike: 9:00 am meet at trailhead and begin hike (moderate 4-5 hour hike)
After Party: 2:30 - 4:00pm YP social, giveaways, and environmental discussion at Gold Creek Pond. Drinks and food included!

**Distancing and saftey precautions will be taken. Masks and hand sanitzer will be provided. More details to follow via email. For questions please contact YP Director Miranda Hawkins: mhawkins@washingtonpolicy.org.


​Todd is the Director of the Center for Environment at Washington Policy Center. With nearly two decades in environmental policy, Todd Myers’ experience includes work on a range of environmental issues, including spotted owl habitat, old-growth forests and salmon recovery. Currently, he serves as a member of the Puget Sound Salmon Recovery Council and was a member of the executive team at the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

Todd’s book, “Eco-Fads: How the rise of trendy environmentalism is harming the environment,” has received national praise. Forbes called it “the definitive tome on the systematic errors of the environmental movement," and Dr. Jay Lehr said “Myers addresses these issues better than anyone I have encountered in a half-century of work on environmental battlefields.”

Myers’ writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the BBC, National ReviewThe Seattle TimesUSA Today, and he has appeared on numerous news networks including CNBC, Fox News, and CNN.

Get out. Hike. Bring your dog. Network. Learn. Make a Difference. 

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