People make conservation happen
Monitor Northwest wildlife
Through snowtracking and remote camera surveys as part of the Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project, our largest volunteer program.
Please contact Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project Coordinator Laurel Baum at lbaum (at) conservationnw.org to sign-up*.
*Note: because of its popularity, new volunteer capacity for the citizen wildlife monitoring project is limited. however, don’t HESITATE to contact us to learn about opportunities that may be AVAILABLE now or in the future.
Help at our Hope for a Wild Future auction and dinner
Our biggest event of the year, our annual spring auction helps fund our conservation work and brings together our community of members, supporters, coalition partners and local leaders.
Please contact Membership Associate Heather Hutchison at hhutchison (at) conservationnw.org to sign up as an auction volunteer.
Habitat restoration planting parties
Help restore native plants and vegetation around the new I-90 wildlife crossings near Snoqualmie Pass. These planting parties typically occur in September and October, with occasional spring weeding and planting opportunities. Tools and plants provided.
Please contact communications (at) conservationnw.org for more information. These volunteer opportunities are ideal for large groups (6-20+ people), businesses or other organizations.*
Outreach and event tabling
Help us get the word out! You can help staff our outreach, community relations and informational tables at events and festivals. Meet new people, and share a conservation vision with others!
Please contact communications (at) conservationnw.org for more information on outreach opportunities.*
*Note: Volunteer outreach and habitat restoration / planting party opportunities are limited to event and staff availability.
Become a WILD NW activist!
Sign up for our WILD NW Action Alerts. This “watchdogging” of government actions that affect wildlife and wildlands is crucial for keeping the Pacific Northwest wild and healthy. You can write comments, make a call, or join us at meetings and public hearings. We’ll keep you updated on opportunities by email—just look for “WILD NW Action Alert” in the subject line!
Letters to the editor
Letters to the Editor in local and regional newspapers are an effective way to reach engaged citizens, decision makers, and elected officials. Fire up your computer and write a letter on a conservation topic!
For LTE ideas, contacts, talking points, other help or more information, please contact communications (at) conservationnw.org.