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Wildlife Federations Call for Protection of National Monuments

Wildlife Federations Call for Protection of National Monuments

Today, nine state wildlife federation organizations and the National Wildlife Federation together called on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to drop the attack on national monuments and maintain vital protections for wildlife, habitat, and public access.

Gregory Friedman remembrance

Gregory Friedman remembrance

Gregory Friedman, the nephew of our founder and Executive Director Mitch Friedman, passed away on August 4, 2017. We deeply appreciate that some are choosing to honor and remember Greg through a donation to support our work to keep the Northwest wild. Thank you.

Help us make Interstate 90 safer for wildlife

Help us make Interstate 90 safer for wildlife

The I-90 Wildlife Watch project asks motorists traveling on Interstate 90 on Snoqualmie Pass to report wildlife they see along the roadway.

Take a recreation survey and help protect the Teanaway Community Forest!

Take a recreation survey and help protect the Teanaway Community Forest!

The Teanaway Community Forest was purchased with the goals of protecting the Yakima River watershed and its aquatic and surrounding terrestrial habitats. Now, forest management is seeking input on the kinds of recreation that should be allowed in this ecologically complex landscape.

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Gregory Friedman remembrance

Gregory Friedman remembrance   Aug 12, 2017

Gregory Friedman, the nephew of our founder and Executive Director Mitch Friedman, passed away on August 4, 2017. We deeply appreciate that some are choosing to honor and remember Greg through a donation to support our work to keep the Northwest wild. Thank you.

Help us make Interstate 90 safer for wildlife

Help us make Interstate 90 safer for wildlife   Aug 11, 2017

The I-90 Wildlife Watch project asks motorists traveling on Interstate 90 on Snoqualmie Pass to report wildlife they see along the roadway.

Northeast Washington Forest Plan falls short for conservation

Northeast Washington Forest Plan falls short for conservation   Jul 05, 2017

The Forest Plan for the Colville National Forest doesn’t go far enough to protect old-growth forests, connect large landscapes, restore native wildlife and protect and restore our aquatic resources, all things Conservation Northwest has been working for since its inception.

We’ve moved our headquarters to Seattle

We’ve moved our headquarters to Seattle   Jun 26, 2017

After being based out of Bellingham for more than 25 years, this spring we officially moved the Conservation Northwest headquarters to our Seattle office.

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