The latest press releases and press clippings from Conservation Northwest
Recent Press Releases
Feb 21, 2014
- Today, Conservation Northwest and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced a reward for up to $7,500 to anyone who can offer information leading to the conviction of the person or persons involved in the illegal killing of a female collared gray wolf which was once part of the Smackout Pack in northeast Washington.
Jan 25, 2014
Lake Whatcom park now the largest local park in Washington StateBellingham, WA - Nearly two hundred Whatcom County residents gathered to commemorate the county’s newest and largest park. On January 22, 2014, approximately 8,844 acres of forested slopes above Lake Whatcom was officially transferred from the Washington Department of Natural Resources ownership to Whatcom County, to manage the land as the largest county park in the state.
Recent Press Clips
Feb 27, 2014The Castlegar Source
- The Castlegar Source: ...the federal government broke the law by not posting recovery plans for four species at risk may help the endangered southern mountain caribou in the Kootenays.
Feb 23, 2014Capital Press
- The Capital Press reports that the WA Department of Fish and Wildlife and the nonprofit Conservation Northwest are offering up to $7,500 for information about a collared wolf that was killed in northern Stevens County.
Feb 23, 2014The Daily Astorian
- The Daily Astorian reports that Conservation Northwest put up the reward. The group has helped promote range riders to protect livestock from wolves.
Feb 22, 2014The Wenatchee World
- What could be more fair, or mesh better with local values when property rights are dear? The conservation easement arrangement has been used to good and beneficial effect all across the state, and often in North Central Washington.
Feb 07, 2014The Wenatchee World
- "[State Sen. Christine] Rolfes said ... the new law acknowledges that ATVs are basically a fun and safe recreational activity, and the state should allow greater access, but control it better."
Feb 07, 2014LA Times
- The federal proposal to remove endangered species protections for all gray wolves in the lower 48 states came under fire Friday from a scientific peer review panel that unanimously found that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision does not reflect the best available science regarding wolves.