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The latest press releases and press clippings from Conservation Northwest

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"Keeping the Northwest wild" since 1989, Conservation Northwest champions iconic wildlife and protects, connects and restores old-growth forests and other wildlands from the Washington Coast to the British Columbia Rockies for the benefit of people and wildlife.

Conservation Northwest represents over 4,000 dues-paying members in Washington, British Columbia and beyond. Our conservation community also includes over ten thousand activists, supporters and online followers. With two main offices in Bellingham and Seattle, the organization's staff and contractors work across Washington state and southern British Columbia.

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Press Contacts

Chase Gunnell
Deputy Communications Director
cgunnell@conservationnw.org
Phone: 206-465-8591
Mitch Friedman
Executive Director
mitch@conservationnw.org
Phone: (360) 319-9266

Recent Press Releases

Jan 12, 2017
Release of draft restoration strategies welcomed as a historic step towards recovery of North America’s most at-risk bear population
Release of draft restoration strategies welcomed as a historic step towards recovery of North America’s most at-risk bear population
Dec 02, 2016
Release marks the return of a native species after an absence of about 75 years
Release marks the return of a native species after an absence of about 75 years

Recent Press Clips

Jan 17, 2017
The Bellingham Herald
The race is on to secure $7.7 million needed to protect all 1,600 forested acres on Blanchard Mountain in Skagit County from being logged.
Jan 11, 2017
Methow Valley News
New environmental review required before roads can be approved for use
Jan 12, 2017
National Parks Traveler
For more than two decades biologists have been working to recover the North Cascades' grizzlies, a threatened species.
Jan 12, 2017
Salon
Federal officials want to restore the population and on Thursday released a draft plan with four options, ranging from taking no action to varying efforts to capture bears from other locations and transplant them to 9,800 square miles of mostly public land surrounding North Cascades National Park.
Jan 12, 2017
The Washington Post
Federal officials want to restore the population and on Thursday released a draft plan with four options, ranging from taking no action to varying efforts to capture bears from other locations and transplant them to 9,800 square miles of mostly public land surrounding North Cascades National Park.
Dec 22, 2016
Bloomberg
A compromise between ranchers and conservationists to save wolves in Washington state is a real-life fable with a moral that might just solve America.
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