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News updates on our work from the Coast to the Rockies.
A landmark agreement promises to protect 5 million acres of Inland Temperate Rainforest in British Columbia for the highly endangered mountain caribou.
Grizzly bears and people both need wilderness. We should view the bears as partners, not competitors for its use.
KUOW local news interview with Tim Coleman and Lloyd McGee, members of the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition, on a novel management plan for the Colville National Forest.
The last remaining mountain caribou in the lower 48 states received some protection in a Valentine's Day ruling that allows the endangered caribou to migrate within their habitat, while still permitting snowmobiles in much of the Priest Lake region.
A page introducing the David Suzuki article, "A license to kill"
Mar 3, 2006 - In a near unanimous decision, regional district directors put on hold plans to develop a 130,000 acre ski resort development in Jumbo Valley, some of the best grizzly bear habitat in the British Columbia.
Protection regained for red tree vole, as several egregious old-growth forest sales in Oregon are stopped by court order
People in and around Spokane are working hard for wildlands, while building community.
Poll reveals that 88 percent of British Columbians want the Canadian government to protect the endangered mountain caribou's habitat.
November 2005 Spokane Spokesman Review article on the Northeast Forestry Coalition's groundbreaking work.