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Attend a Snoqulamie National Forest restoration meeting!

Attend a Snoqulamie National Forest restoration meeting!

Voice your support for wildlife habitat on National Forest land at public meetings on June 27-28!

Low-stress livestock handling clinic preps for grazing season

Low-stress livestock handling clinic preps for grazing season

Low-stress handling creates calmer and more efficient ranching processes and minimizes conflicts between wildlife and livestock.

Statement on Revised Wolf-Livestock Interaction Protocol

Statement on Revised Wolf-Livestock Interaction Protocol

As a member of Washington’s Wolf Advisory Group (WAG), and an active participant in the collaborative process to update our state’s Protocol for Wolf-Livestock Interactions, Conservation Northwest supports the updated protocol released by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) on June 1, 2017.

Fishers continue scampering back into Washington

Fishers continue scampering back into Washington

This past winter, 46 fishers dashing off into the wintery forests of Washington’s South Cascades. Compare that to two winters ago when 23 fishers were set free in the same area, and the evidence is clear: this 2016 – 2017 winter season of fisher releases – part of a multi-year reintroduction project by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), the National Park Service, Conservation Northwest and other partners – was the most successful yet.

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Join us on June 28 for Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest

Join us on June 28 for Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest   Jun 13, 2017

Fewer than a dozen mountain caribou remain in the Inland Northwest. A new documentary aims to bring attention to their plight. Please join us for the WORLD PREMIERE on Wednesday, June 28 in Seattle!

Low-stress livestock handling clinic preps for grazing season

Low-stress livestock handling clinic preps for grazing season   Jun 12, 2017

Low-stress handling creates calmer and more efficient ranching processes and minimizes conflicts between wildlife and livestock.

Successful trainings for upcoming Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project season

Successful trainings for upcoming Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project season   Jun 08, 2017

We're looking forward to what the 2017 field season will yield as we track and monitor wildlife throughout Washington state!

Grizzly bear restoration transcends borders

Grizzly bear restoration transcends borders   May 15, 2017

An update on the Coast to Cascades Initiative.

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