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January 2014

Conservation Connection January 2014

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In this issue:

  • Milestone attained
  • Great new park
  • First tracks
  • New digs!


2014 promises to be a good year for Cascades to Rockies wildlife.

2014 promises to be a good year for Cascades to Rockies wildlife.










Cascades to Rockies Milestone Attained

Thanks to our generous supporters, in late December 2013 we completed the Columbia Highlands Initiative Capital Campaign. Together, we secured 1,024 acres, critical pieces of a wildlife habitat corridor linking wolves, wolverines, lynx, and bears between the Cascades and the Rockies.






Say hello to the largest local park in Washington! Photo: © Lyle Jansma

Say hello to the largest local park in Washington!
Photo: © Lyle Jansma





Celebrate a Great New Park

Bellingham: Share in our community's accomplishment at a party to celebrate those who helped make the new Lake Whatcom park happen—from local leaders to you! Enjoy free refreshments and hear about world-class recreation opportunities and trails. This is a family event; kids can bring their bikes (and helmets) for fun on an outdoor bike course staffed by the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition.






 

 

Coyote. Photo: Todd Entrikin

Coyote.
Photo: Todd Entrikin

 


I-90 Crossings Work - First Tracks

We sent our citizen science volunteers out to track under I-90's newest wildlife underpasses at Gold Creek and Rocky Run in the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project, and they brought back just what we were looking for. Coyote tracks show the animal safely passing under six lanes of traffic above.



 

 

New staff, Stephanie Pietromonaco, in our new Seattle digs.

New staffmember, Stephanie Pietromonaco, in our new Seattle digs.

 

 

 

 


New Digs, New Faces, May 1st Auction!

The New Year brings good changes. Our Seattle staff are happily ensconced in their new home in the Queen Anne neighborhood; visit them at 1829 10th Ave West. And help us welcome Stephanie Pietromonaco, our new development manager! Also, make sure to save your May 1st this year for our Hope for Wild Future auction at Herban Feast as we celebrate 25 years of keeping it wild!




 

 

 

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