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Court Orders Fish & Wildlife Service to Reexamine Lynx Critical Habitat [1%]
Feds Failed to Protect Key Habitat in Colorado. The court ruled the Service did not improperly fail to designate historical Canada lynx habitat in Oregon and ...
You raised $28,600 for wildlife and wildlands during GiveBIG! [1%]
With your support, we raised over $28,000 through the Seattle Foundation's GiveBIG! And that's not including the matching funds that will still come in.
America will defend its monuments [1%]
Land grab politicians and President Trump have misjudged the American people in their attempts to undermine national monuments and other public lands.
Scholarships help Cascades wildlife [1%]
WADOT and I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition offer a 2014 Bridging Futures scholarship, asking high school juniors and seniors: “How should our future highways ...
Ranchers in wolf country finding continued success with range riding [1%]
Six Washington ranchers involved in a Conservation Northwest program to prevent conflicts between wolves and livestock using range riders lost no sheep or cows ...
Senator Murray’s Legislation Boosts Methow Headwaters Campaign [1%]
The Methow Headwaters Campaign said today that its efforts to protect the rural character and diverse economy of the Methow Valley has received significant ...
Support sustainable forest roads in the Greenwater Watershed [1%]
A massive network of crumbling forest roads is jeopardizing the health of the Greenwater Watershed in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
We have a plan. And you can help. [1%]
Please join us in protecting our natural world by becoming a member of Conservation Northwest before October 31 for a special rate of $25.
Hike the missing links! [1%]
Visiting the new Lake Whatcom forest park caught me off guard. I couldn't help being reduced to simple exclamations. “Cool! How amazingly cool.”
Become a part of our Conservation Community [1%]
Become a member for only $25 during our Fall Member Drive and be entered to win an Outdoor Research Diode hooded jacket!
Help protect lynx in Washington [1%]
WILD NW Action Alert #263: Support WDFW’s recommendation to classify lynx as a state endangered species
Erosion threats prompt appeal of state timber sale in burned area [1%]
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 ...
Weigh in on Northwest Forest Plan revisions [1%]
WILD NW #243: Northwest Forest Plan revisions listening sessions
Statement in opposition to legislation delisting wolves in northeast Washington [1%]
Conservation Northwest opposes House Bill 1872. We believe wolves are still recovering in our state, and wildlife managers should stick to recovery goals in ...
Dakota Access Pipeline: This is my battle cry [1%]
As this fight moves from North Dakota to the courts in Washington, D.C., we wanted to share this poignant poem from our board member Amelia Marchand.
Wildlife Department taking input on mountain caribou [1%]
Comments on the status of Southern Mountains Ecotype of Woodland Caribou in Washington state
Support the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy's carbon initiative [1%]
Conservation Northwest supports AJCE's carbon initiative for Washington state.
Washington now home to at least 115 wolves [1%]
State’s wolf population grew by 28% in 2016, but no new packs were confirmed in the Cascades.
Recovery Planning Proposed for North Cascades Grizzly Bears [1%]
The National Park Service announced today a three-year process to assess impacts and a range of alternatives to determine whether grizzly bears should be ...
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 ...
A brand new day [1%]
Blues skies above autumn colors this morning. It's as though the leaves of maples, cottonwoods, larch, and aspen lingered to see a brand new day.I'm still ...
Take a walk this weekend [1%]
Can one ever have too many hiking guides to the Cascades?! Erin gives us her take on Craig Romano's hikes in his latest book.
Hope for an ailing nation [1%]
My thoughts on President Obama's powerful inaugural speech.... Much of Conservation Northwest's work, for instance our collaboration work on national forest ...
Climate change a spectator sport? [1%]
"There is absolutely no inevitability as long as there is a willingness to contemplate what is happening." ~Marshall McLuhanFunny thing about the inevitable, ...
Imperiled bears not camera shy [1%]
A lot of Hollywood films try to make profound statements about the world but care more about proceeds than philanthropy. BEARTREK is quite the opposite: ...
Time is running out for North Cascades "ghost bears" [1%]
Joe Scott comments on Seattle Times book review on "Grizzly Wars: The Public Fight Over the Great Bear" by David Knibb. He thanks Mr. Knibb for alerting ...
The art of perspective [1%]
Sometimes we all get so engrossed in the minutiae of daily life that the "bigger picture" is easy to forget. In the much-loved art classes of my youth, I ...
Geography of hope [1%]
"We simply need that wild country available to us, even if we never do more than drive to its edge and look in. For it can be a means of reassuring ourselves ...
News of nature rebounding [1%]
My 17-year-old nephew, Kevin, was spending the week with Uncle Mitch to get him a break from the crazed adolescent behavior of my brother and sister-in-law in ...
A landscape of change [1%]
It was encouraging to read about collaboration between conservation and timber interests in Arizona, where officials released a collaborative agreement about ...
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