Photo slideshows that illustrate our work to protect and connect wildlife and wildlands from the Washington Coast to the BC Rockies.
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Conservation Northwest began as the Greater Ecosystem Alliance in 1989. Today we continue to connect forests and wild lands for wildlife and for people.
The Colville National Forest of northeastern Washington contains wild roadless areas deserving of wilderness protection. Enjoy a virtual tour.
For eighty years, a small but formidable mammal has been missing from its native forests. But now, fishers are back.
Volunteers document the presence of rare and sensitive forest animals through winter tracking and remotely placed cameras.
Nearly half of this drinking-water watershed has been managed for logging. That could change soon with a new proposed forest reserve protection.
The Doug, a cross-cut of a 420-year old Douglas fir from the Willamette National forest in Oregon, traveled over 25,000 miles across 38 states.