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an award given annually by the University of Michigan in honor of Raoul Wallenberg, a UMich graduate who saved thousands of Hungarian Jewish citizens during WWII
Washed Ashore, a nonprofit based in Bandon, Oregon that turns plastic ocean debris into beautiful sculptures
|Washington Crossing Historic Park
Washington Crossing State Park (Pennsylvania), the site of George Washington and his Continental Army crossing the Delaware River on Dec. 25, 1776.
WASP Museum in Sweetwater, Texas, a tribute to women pilots who served during WWII
|Water Streamer - USGS
interactive map to trace river and streams upstream and downstream; U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
Real time updates of water conditions throughout the United States, including flood and drought conditions by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
|Women in Aviation International
Women in Aviation International is a nonprofit organization that supports women in all aviation career fields and interests; scholarships offered for high school girls;
|Women of the 6888th
The only African American female battalion in the U.S. Army to be deployed overseas was the 6888th, the Central Postal Directory Battalion
|World Food Prize
World Food Prize, founded by Norman Borlaug, Iowa native and winner of the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize for his work in agriculture
|World Living Statues Festival
World Living Statues Festival in Arnhem, The Netherlands. Robert Shangle from Michigan has represented the United States at the festival three times, most recently in 2017.
|World Water Day
World Water Day - March 22 (sponsored by the United Nations)
|World Wildlife Fund
World Wildlife Fund - based in Washington D.C.; 1 million members in U.S., works in 100 countries protecting the future of nature
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park (National Park Service)
state of Wyoming government website