Washington Water Trust (WWT) is a private, nonprofit organization established in 1998 to restore instream flows in Washington's rivers and streams. WWT works to benefit water quality, fisheries and recreation in Washington's rivers and streams by acquiring existing water rights from willing sellers through purchase, lease or gift.
Washington Water Trust works cooperatively with farmers, ranchers, irrigation districts, tribes, public agencies, land trusts and other nongovernmental organizations to accomplish its stream restoration goals. The water trust works on small streams and tributaries where returning a small amount of water to the stream can have a significant benefit. – less–ZoomInfo