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$1 million win for Washington forests

$1 million win for Washington forests

Washington forests and economies got a boost yesterday. The USDA announced almost $1 million for a forest restoration vision that will enable Conservation Northwest and our partners in the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition to restore the Kettle Range to a healthier forest, better for wildlife and people, and more prepared to adapt to a changing climate. We are thrilled to see these worthy projects funded, and to see restoration, stewardship, and collaboration once again in the national spotlight.

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We all should suck more - biocarbon, that is!

We all should suck more - biocarbon, that is!

It's true: you suck - and I mean that in only the nicest way. There are things we all do that suck carbon out of the atmosphere - where it’s doing harm - and beneficially store it on land. We need to do much more such sucking of biocarbon to save our natural heritage from the ravages of extreme climate change. At Conservation Northwest, we help protect, connect, and restore forests and wilderness so we can suck even more carbon!

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The wisdom of flying squirrels

The wisdom of flying squirrels

Posted by Erin Moore at Jan 03, 2011 04:15 PM |

We've always know that the northwest's favorite gliding mammal is dependent on underground mushrooms. Now, it turns out that flying squirrels have much to teach us when looking at ecological restoration of degraded forests.

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