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News updates on our work from the Coast to the Rockies.
Conservation Northwest, WDFW and National Park Service partner to reintroduce native carnivores.
WILD NW Action Alert #250: Important wild areas left out of draft wilderness recommendations
WILD NW #249 – Comment on WDFW’s “Washington’s Wild Future” initiative
Groups urge full protection of area to safeguard natural and cultural heritage, wildlife habitat
Combat helicopter training areas in North Cascades and Southwest Washington pose impacts to Wilderness Areas, Pacific Crest Trail and local econom
WILD NW action alert #248: Tell the Army that sensitive ecosystems and cherished wilderness aren’t appropriate for helicopter training plan.
The cow belonged to one of seven Washington ranchers currently partnering with Conservation Northwest to implement “range riders”, herd supervisors that help deter depredations as the region’s wolf population recovers and their territory overlaps with public forest land now used in part for livestock grazing.
In June, the federal agencies released a summary report of the approximately 3,000 comments submitted during the scoping period. We are happy to say that of those who submitted comments in support of or opposition to grizzly bear restoration, supporters outweighed opponents by over 5 to 1!
New transportation bill fully funds I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project
Pilot program builds on 2014 success reducing conflicts, expands to work with seven ranchers in the territory of six Washington wolf packs
If we don’t act now, critically endangered species like elephants, tigers and lions could be gone within 10 years! That’s why we’re endorsing Initiative 1401, a campaign here in Washington State to strengthen penalties on the criminal enterprises that buy and sell products made from endangered species.
Based on the descriptions in the white paper, Conservation Northwest is excited about this upcoming bill, which looks to take a much more progressive approach to the issue of fire on our federal public lands.