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Get involved, join a hike, volunteer, learn something new! Conservation Northwest hosts and highlights events around the state for people who care about wildlife, wildlands, and our shared natural heritage. Please join us!
Aug 26, 2014: Seattle Office Open House
With the summer in full swing, we think it’s time to show off our new Conservation Northwest Seattle Office, complete with an awesome rooftop deck!
Aug 27, 2014: Olympic National Forest Sustainable Roads Olympia Open House
The Olympic National Forest is hosting three final open houses asking the public to share the areas and roads they use on the Forest. This information will help the Forest identify a financially sustainable road system that meets diverse access needs, minimizes environmental harm, and is safe and dependable because it is scaled to available resources.
Sep 23, 2014: Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition 2014 Breakfast
Join more than 600 conservation, business and elected leaders to celebrate the Coalition's successful campaigns to protect parks, wildlife and working farms.
Aug 23, 2014: Summer of 75th Anniversary Celebrations at the Sinlahekin, Washington's First Wildlife Area
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Sinlahekin – the state’s first wildlife area – with events scheduled throughout the summer of 2014.
Oct 04, 2014: I-90 - Gold Creek Planting Party
Fall planting party to restore and connect habitat near Snoqualmie Pass in the I-90 corridor. We’ll be planting native plants including ground cover, shrubs, and willows all around the Gold Creek pond area.
Oct 11, 2014: I-90 - Gold Creek Planting Party
Fall planting party to restore and connect habitat near Snoqualmie Pass in the I-90 corridor. We’ll be planting native plants including ground cover, shrubs, and willows all around the Gold Creek pond area.
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