In 2021, Washington had more wildfires than the first six months of any year on record since the states’ comprehensive tracking began in 2005.
-Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
Eastern Washington is rich in natural beauty. From golden hills, to lakes, to forests, we live in an area that has something for everyone. Human beings have lived off of the land since the beginning of time. Our resources are limited and we need to make sure that they are properly managed and diversified for our benefit, our survival, our safety as well as the sustainability and health of our only planet.
That’s why we need to protect our environment and preserve the balance of our ecosystems. Ann Marie is committed to finding solutions that foster investment in our communities, as well as protect our precious natural resources and keep Eastern Washington safe and healthy for future generations.