Conservation Northwest's story as an organization: successes, coalitions, finances, staff, board, contacts
Proven and successful
For 25 years, we've
"Keeping the Northwest wild" since 1989, Conservation Northwest champions rare and recovering wildlife and protects, connects and restores old-growth forests and other wild areas from the Washington Coast to the B.C. Rockies. We're your voice for conserving wildlands and amazing wildlife.
Our M.O. is simple: connect the big landscapes, protect the most vulnerable wildlife, and conserve our natural heritage for future generations. Learn more about What We Do.
Conservation Northwest field staff and contractors also live in Olympia, Twisp, Omak, Vancouver B.C. and Whistler, working throughout Eastern Washington and into British Columbia.
Starting coalitions and forming partnerships, we have a history of finding solutions: from our pioneering protection of important lynx habitat in the Loomis State Forest to our cutting-edge work with The Cascades Conservation Partnership, protecting and connecting old-growth forests, wildlife habitat, and trails.
We are known for our accomplishments gained through creative and effective strategies, resulting in the protection of more than 350,000 acres of wild lands and the restoration of forests on hundreds of thousands of acres. Our recent work in review is below, and you can see our successes near where you live on our interactive map.
Our finances: Conservation Northwest is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with three offices and sixteen staff around the state that are supported by around 5,000 families and hundreds of volunteers who together provide 70 percent of our funding. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Our non-profit federal tax-exempt number is 94-3091547 and our Washington state UBI # is 601 135 446.
- 2014: Looking forward for wildlife and wildlands
- Our 25th Anniversary! Milestones of our work
- 2013: Connecting and protecting
- 2012: Gaining ground
- 2011: A wilder year
- 2010: Reinventing conservation
- 2009: Protecting and connecting, Coast to Rockies
- 2008: Welcome back, wildlife
- 2007: Year of quiet success