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Habitat connectivity at Snoqualmie Pass

Habitat connectivity at Snoqualmie Pass

In an age of changing climate and people and wildlife on the move, it's not enough to simply preserve fragmented wildlands like those around I-90 in Washington's Cascades. Governments, organizations and businesses must work together to protect, restore and connect landscapes at the scale of greater ecosystems.

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This Earth Day Illustrate I-90 Wildlife

This Earth Day Illustrate I-90 Wildlife

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Apr 14, 2015 03:46 PM |

As we get closer to Earth Day, we invite you to encourage the students, teachers, and youth group leaders in your life to help share the news about I-90's first wildlife "bridge"!

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Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project 2015 Updates

Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project 2015 Updates

Winter updates, 2015 season information and training details.

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 Volunteers give Gold Creek a face-lift

Volunteers give Gold Creek a face-lift

Armed with shovels, spades and willow shoots, Conservation Northwest and Forest Service volunteers are improving habitat near Snoqualmie Pass.

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Supporters, staff visit Snoqualmie Pass project area

Supporters, staff visit Snoqualmie Pass project area

Supporters joined us on a fieldtrip to the Snoqualmie Pass area to learn more about our work to protect, connect and restore habitat in the I-90 corridor.

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I-90 wildlife crossing animal GIFs!

I-90 wildlife crossing animal GIFs!

Awesome animal GIFs from WSDOT and the I-90 Wildlife Bridge Coalition. Check out these deer, coyotes, geese and ducks using the new wildlife undercrossing!

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Give our wildlife monitoring volunteers a boost

Give our wildlife monitoring volunteers a boost

Adopt a monitoring team to support citizen wildlife research! We're sending 27 teams out to look for wildlife in the wild landscapes of Washington. Give them a boost, and be a part of the action this season.

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Volunteers restore Gold Creek Pond for wildlife

Volunteers restore Gold Creek Pond for wildlife

Yesterday with the help of two volunteers, we put the last plants in the ground to complete a huge restoration project at Gold Creek!

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I-90 coyote trail to success

I-90 coyote trail to success

Posted by bchristensen at Jan 20, 2012 11:30 AM |

A lot of our success is measured by dry forest acres restored, better wildlife management policies passed, and, well, sometimes simply successful phone calls. Maybe not thrilling Friday blog material, but of course important. Today, however, our success is measured by a coyote. And not so much by the coyote, really, as where it went for a walk.

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From pancakes to phase 2 for I-90 wildlife

From pancakes to phase 2 for I-90 wildlife

Posted by Jen Watkins at Mar 15, 2011 08:05 AM |
Filed under: wildlife I-90

This weekend, friends of the I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition attended legislative town hall meetings to tell representatives in person how important wildlife connectivity and the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project is to them. The House and Senate Transportation Committee budgets are expected out in the next few days, and supporters took this next-chance opportunity to make a big difference for Cascade's wildlife, from elk to bears. You can too...

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Collaboration is key, the movie!

"Why Conservation Northwest?" Reason #5 You want solutions for our region’s biggest conservation problems to stand the test of time. We make powerful changes because we welcome everyone to the table and build our vision around shared values. It's Saturday, and the rain is starting here in Bellingham. I don't know about you, but my favorite rainy Saturday activity is curling up on the couch with a good (or bad!) movie. Here are a few videos that show our collaborative work in action.

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A nod from the govs is good for I-90 area wildlife

A nod from the govs is good for I-90 area wildlife

Posted by bchristensen at Jul 09, 2010 02:00 PM |
Filed under: I-90 remote camera

A recent letter from the Western Governors' Association is a nod for the economic and ecological importance of the shovel ready project to expand I-90 near Snoqualmie and for the wildlife crossings our coalition has ensured are included in the highway project.

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