The latest press releases and press clippings from Conservation Northwest
"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.
Recent Press Releases
Jun 06, 2016
New partnership of conservation, business and other groups back the return of a missing Northwest iconA strong majority of Washington voters support efforts to restore grizzly bears in the North Cascades, according to a new poll conducted by Tulchin Research. New partnership of conservation, business and other groups back the return of a missing Northwest icon.
Apr 20, 2016
Organizations from across nation collaborate on video, petition, events to keep America’s public lands in public handsOrganizations from across nation collaborate on video, petition, events to keep America’s public lands in public hands
Recent Press Clips
Jun 25, 2016Spokesman Review
Jun 24, 2016Methow Valley News
- Okanogan County failed to analyze the environmental impacts of allowing ATVs to use these roads, the state Court of Appeals in Spokane ruled last week.
Jun 10, 2016The Olympian
- A majority of Washington residents support efforts to recover the grizzly bear population in the North Cascades, according to a poll done for Defenders of Wildlife.
Jun 06, 2016The Spokesman-Review
- A poll commissioned by environmental groups last month found a majority of Washington voters supports restoring grizzly bears in the North Cascades.
Jun 01, 2016HeraldNet
- A fisher was spotted evading coyotes near the mouth of the Dungeness River in late March by a Sequim resident.
May 13, 2016Capital Press
- A Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf advisory group has agreed on a policy for deciding when a wolf should be killed after depredation.