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Wildland Partners [1%]
The Wildland Partners automatic giving program is a safe, secure, and convenient way to put more of your money to work protecting and restoring the Northwest's ...
With a face like that... [1%]
A recent decision to designate critical habitat for lynx in the lower 48 is good news, but falls short in Washington. The Wenatchee World ran a Sunday feature ...
What does it mean for WA? [1%]
I was a babe in the womb when the Endangered Species Act was enacted, and I probably couldn't even say "woofie" when the gray wolf--having been hunted and ...
Go, bears [1%]
It's been a roller coaster ride for bears this month, with polar bears losing a chance to have their ice cap homes protected from global warming by the ...
Wildlife caught on film II, the return [1%]
This week, Conservation Northwest hosted two showings of the film "Lords of Nature: Life in a Land of Great Predators." Supporters in Spokane and Twisp packed ...
Wolves influence forest diversity [1%]
Cristina Eisenberg, a researcher from Oregon State University, has concluded that a decline in young aspen trees in NW Montana is due to the missing presence ...
Does south Puget Sound prairie outweigh drive time? [1%]
Does it make sense to build a highway through what's left of Washington's remaining native oak woodland prairie, prime habitat for 19 plants and animals facing ...
Think your holiday travel is hard? [1%]
When the weather outside is frightful, news on the latest wildlife success sure is delightful. Over the last 2 winters, nearly 50 fisher came to the Olympic ...
Holy melting glaciers, Batman! [1%]
Ecologists have insisted for decades that our parks and protected areas are too small and disconnected to satisfy long-term conservation needs – way before Al ...
Friends of the wolves [1%]
Last week Crosscut.com asked if wolves can find enough friends outside of urban populations to bring strong, science-based protections to Washington's ...
Can protection of wolverines help Stevens Pass? [1%]
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is initiating a status review of the wolverine to determine whether this shy but mighty carnivore warrants protection under ...
TIGER for lions and bears (and elk), oh my! [1%]
More evidence that Conservation Northwest employees must really love their work, and a huge chance for the state of Washington to score a win for wildlife in ...
A chance for the future of ranches [1%]
The choices for ranchers that need to put their long-held lands on the market are slim in an era of subdivision development pressures, yet there are sometimes ...
Making it wilder [1%]
"Why Conservation Northwest?" reason #3: We not only keep the Northwest wild, we make it wilder! Jodi remembers her awesome experience releasing one of the ...
The wisdom of flying squirrels [1%]
We've always know that the northwest's favorite gliding mammal is dependent on underground mushrooms. Now, it turns out that flying squirrels have much to ...
It's after Earth Day, and the Act still works [1%]
Earth Day was celebrated for the first time 41 years ago, when an estimated 20 million Americans rallied for the Earth, partly due to witnessing the ravages of ...
A holiday gift for Whatcom County [1%]
You can't even hike in the municipal watersheds of Seattle or Portland, much less conduct commercial logging on steep slopes. But around Lake Whatcom, people ...
I-90 Wildlife Corridor Campaign [1%]
The landscape in Washington's Central Cascades, spanning Snoqualmie Pass and bisected by Interstate 90, forms an important travel corridor for people, goods ...
Conservation easement protects working ranch and wildlife habitat [1%]
Conservation Northwest today completed the purchase of a conservation easement for 303 acres of the Gotham ranch in the Kettle Range Mountains, committing ...
B.C. needs a law to protect it's endangered wildlife. [1%]
An examination of the biological richness of B.C., and why it is important to legislate in favor of wildlife.
Critical habitat proposed for Selkirk caribou [1%]
Woodland caribou have been on the endangered species list since 1984, and now the federal government is making steps to designate critical habitat to aid in ...
Easement protects working ranch and wildlife habitat near Kettle Crest in Ferry county [1%]
Mitch Friedman, Conservation Northwest’s executive director, said, “The Gotham Ranch is providing beef, timber, and livelihoods in a way that is compatible ...
Environmentalists, loggers push new wilderness deal in Northeast Washington [1%]
A Seattle Times news story by Craig Welch on the Columbia Highlands Initiative
Methow power-line fight turns into Supreme Court showdown [1%]
The fight over the future of the shrub-steppe grasslands above the shimmering Methow River has become what few could have predicted: a constitutional feud ...
New Forest Plan Amendment Sets Grizzly Bear Habitat Standards [1%]
After nearly fifteen years of debating the science of Grizzly Bear habitat, Northern Rockies Forests have finally set up a new amendment that sets the ...
Olympic National Park to reintroduce additional fishers [1%]
Peninsula Daily News article about the third and final year of fisher reintroductions.
Op-ed: Easements lock in land's character [1%]
John Magoteaux of the Okanogan Land Trust explains conservation easements, a voluntary way for a landowner to use his or her property rights to permanently ...
Plans for caribou protection raise conflict in Northwest [1%]
The federal government has proposed designating about 600 square miles in Idaho and Washington as critical habitat in an effort to save the last U.S. herd of ...
Powerline appeals caught in volley between agencies [1%]
While DNR has announced its “intention to appeal” a ruling allowing the PUD to condemn state land for its powerline, it remains unclear whether the agency will ...
Whirling into the forest primeval [1%]
Heli-hiking in Canada has become a way to take in the beauty of the terrain. However, conservation groups such as Conservation Northwest wonder what effect ...
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