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News updates on our work from the Coast to the Rockies.
We hope to see you tomorrow evening, Friday, February 24, for a happy hour and public meeting on North Cascades grizzly bears!
Join us on March 8, 2017 for a free film screening and panel discussion regarding grizzly bears in the North Cascades.
Conservation Northwest opposes House Bill 1872. We believe wolves are still recovering in our state, and wildlife managers should stick to recovery goals in the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan.
Please join us at the meetings in your area! Attendance at these events will be vital for showing public support for grizzly bear restoration.
Please submit a comment today voicing your support for grizzly bear restoration in the North Cascades through Alternative C: Incremental Restoration. Suggested comments are available below.
We recommend that high-quality human presence be required on open range grazing as a condition for counting wolf depredations towards lethal removal.
As a new year begins, we look back on a few of our biggest accomplishments in 2016. It was a busy year of protecting, connecting and restoring wildlands and wildlife, and we're proud our progress in Washington and British Columbia.
Release of draft restoration strategies welcomed as a historic step towards recovery of North America’s most at-risk bear population
WILD NW Action Alert #269: After a vote that would make public lands giveaway easier, tell U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert that his constituents support America’s public lands.
Two wolverines in new areas of the Cascades, a fisher in the South Cascades, and another wolf among highlights from project in 2016
In 2016 we worked with seven Washington ranchers and hosted two trainings in Montana
Comments on the status of Southern Mountains Ecotype of Woodland Caribou in Washington state