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Dakota Access Pipeline: This is my battle cry

Dakota Access Pipeline: This is my battle cry

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Feb 22, 2017 12:50 PM |
Filed under: What's Hot

As this fight moves from North Dakota to the courts in Washington, D.C., we wanted to share this poignant poem from our board member Amelia Marchand.

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How do people in bear country feel about grizzly restoration?

How do people in bear country feel about grizzly restoration?

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Feb 17, 2017 02:00 PM |
Filed under: Grizzly Bears What's Hot

For our new short film, Chris Morgan asked people in northwest Montana how they feel about grizzly bear restoration.

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Time for the Grizzly?

Time for the Grizzly?

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Feb 03, 2017 03:55 PM |
Filed under: Grizzly Bears What's Hot

New film highlights ways to restore North Cascades grizzly bears

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Hope for a Wild Future Auction and Dinner

Hope for a Wild Future Auction and Dinner

Posted by Alaina Kowitz at Feb 03, 2017 01:05 PM |
Filed under: Auction What's Hot

Join us for our 14th annual auction and dinner on April 20, 2017!

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Olympia Update: Outdoors Legislative Day, bills threaten public lands

Olympia Update: Outdoors Legislative Day, bills threaten public lands

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Jan 25, 2017 01:55 PM |

Some of our priorities and concerns in Olympia this session, including Blanchard State Forest and public lands.

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Wolf photographed at Chiwaukum wolverine site

Wolf photographed at Chiwaukum wolverine site

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Jan 03, 2017 11:58 AM |
Filed under: Wolves What's Hot

While most of our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project remote camera sites are active only in the summer and fall, each winter our volunteers and staff maintain several sites looking for wolverines in remote areas of the Cascades. In 2016 one of them captured amazing new images of a gray wolf!

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Another successful year of habitat restoration

Another successful year of habitat restoration

Posted by Alaina Kowitz at Dec 21, 2016 11:45 AM |

The Gold Creek area on Snoqualmie Pass has been one of Conservation Northwest's restoration sites for several years. This fall, we returned to continue revegetating and restoring the area to its natural state.

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Finishing 2016 Strong

Finishing 2016 Strong

Posted by Alaina Kowitz at Dec 21, 2016 10:45 AM |

It's the Winter Solstice, and Conservation Northwest needs your support as 2016 draws to a close.

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Fisher photographed through wildlife monitoring project

Fisher photographed through wildlife monitoring project

Posted by Alaina Kowitz at Dec 15, 2016 01:40 PM |
Filed under: What's Hot

Images of a reintroduced fisher near Bumping Lake taken via remote camera by one of our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project volunteers

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Rise, Conservation Northwest supporters. There’s work to do

Rise, Conservation Northwest supporters. There’s work to do

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Nov 11, 2016 10:50 PM |
Filed under: What's Hot

A message from our Executive Director after the 2016 election.

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WildLinks 2016: Connecting, Sharing, Planning, and Action in the Face of Climate Change

WildLinks 2016: Connecting, Sharing, Planning, and Action in the Face of Climate Change

Posted by Alaina Kowitz at Nov 04, 2016 08:05 PM |

We helped host another successful WildLinks Conference this year, and facilitated a slew of discussions including climate change and lynx recovery.

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In search of a wildlife camera

In search of a wildlife camera

Posted by Alaina Kowitz at Oct 27, 2016 03:25 PM |

After snow delayed the retrieval of a wildlife camera near Mount Baker, our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project team took a trip to find it.

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