Requesting volunteers for planting native species in the Greenwater Watershed

Middle schoolers contribute to connectivity science used in the I-5 wildlife crossing feasibility study in Southwest Washington

A unique and inspiring collaboration between the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Road Ecology Center at the University of California Davis, and Toutle River Middle School is beginning the edification and education that will cultivate young conservationists and a more connected landscape.

Govenor Inslee: Please Don’t Make Wolves’ Lives Harder

By Paula Swedeen, Ph. D., Conservation Northwest Senior Policy Director Washington has the best system in the western states for keeping wolves from getting killed for eating livestock. Yet several wolf advocate groups want to impose rules that could very likely result in more dead wolves. The Center for Biological Diversity, Washington Wildlife First, Western Watersheds … Continued

Notes from the Field: Wildlife Ambassador Project in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley

Conservation Northwest recently completed its pilot outreach project based near North Bend, WA. Dubbed as the Wildlife Ambassador Project, this effort connects people to the information they need to recreate with respect to wildlife across public lands. Conservation Northwest’s Seasonal Wildlife-Recreation Specialist was out in the field with volunteers each weekend from July 1 to September 3 to conduct outreach at the Middle Fork trailhead and campground. Below are her reflections on her summer working for Conservation Northwest.