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WILD NW Action Alert #260: Attend a Listening Session to weigh-in on Forest Plan revisions
A massive network of crumbling forest roads is jeopardizing the health of the Greenwater Watershed in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
Join us for this free event and hear several experts share what they know about grizzly bear ecology, behavior and possibilities for the restoration process in the North Cascades.
Conservation Northwest is now an affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation.
America’s cherished public lands are under attack, and along with partner organizations we’ve launched a new nationwide campaign to keep them in public hands.
Please join us on Saturday, April 23 from 11:00 a.m. to noon at Asahel Curtis trailhead near Snoqualmie Pass for a rally to celebrate and protect YOUR public lands!
Climate change and genetic isolation threaten famously tough carnivore
Fourth year of collaborative pilot project supporting coexistence between people, livestock and wolves was a success
We've filed an appeal of this large timber sale, citing concerns that the sale offers minimal financial gains in return for substantial risks to the environment and public infrastructure.
The Methow Headwaters Campaign is an effort to protect the headwaters of the Methow River from industrial-scale mining in order to safeguard our recreation-based economy, our rural lifestyle, and the wildlife and water resources that sustain it all.
WILD NW Action Alert #253: Proposed Washington State Parks development near Snoqualmie Pass threaten the success of the I-90 wildlife crossings.
Washingtonians speak up in defense of “America’s Best Idea”