VIDEO: Connecting the Wild Northwest

VIDEO: Connecting the Wild Northwest

Conservation Northwest / Apr 26, 2018 / Connecting Habitat, Sagelands, Wildlife Crossings

Our job isn’t just to restore wildlife, we ensure habitat is protected and connected so that wolves, wolverines, mule deer and other species can be sustained across our region.

Premiering at our 2018 Hope for a Wild Future Auction & Dinner, this short film looks at our successes connecting habitat through wildlife crossings under and over I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass, and how we’re applying similar strategies and collaborative expertise in new areas through our Sagelands Heritage Program and work for wildlife crossings in the Okanogan Valley.

By partnering with local communities and bringing people together, we’re keeping the Northwest wild acre by acre, underpass by overpass, from the mountain forests to the arid sagelands. But this work is only possible through the support of our conservation community.

If you weren’t able to join us at our auction this year, please consider joining or renewing your membership through a gift of $35 or more at

Your support is keeping the wild Northwest connected!