Virtual screening of Finding Gulo on 2/22

Virtual screening of Finding Gulo on 2/22

Conservation Northwest / Feb 10, 2022 / Events, Recreation, Wildlife Monitoring, Wolverine

Watch a short film that features a movement to save the wolverine in the Cascades, followed by Q&A with Cascades Wolverine Project

You’re invited to join Conservation Northwest in a special virtual screening of Finding Gulo, a new 25-minute film from Cascades Wolverine Project produced by Wild Confluence and Wilder Studios with support from Conservation Northwest and Patagonia.

Tuesday, February 22

6:00 p.m.


Follow backcountry ski guide Stephanie Williams and wildlife photographer David Moskowitz as they set out to document an elusive population of wolverines. Directed by Colin Arisman and Tyler Wilkinson-Ray, this short film celebrates the power of community science to protect endangered wildlife in the face of climate change.

During this event, we are hosting a Patagonia and Conservation Northwest gear GIVEAWAY!
Donate any amount to Cascades Wolverine Project for a chance to win!

Winners will be announced during the event.

Click here to watch the FILM trailer!

After the film, stick around for a Q&A session with David and Stephanie to learn more about their work, the intersection of recreation and conservation, and the ways YOU can help conserve and protect critters like Gulo gulo.

In order to attend, you must register beforehand.

We hope you’ll join us!

Kurt Hellmann
Advocacy Associate




Learn more about wolverine conservation on our WEBPAGE and by visiting Cascades WOLVERINE PROJECT.
Holden area wolverine. Photo David Moskowitz, Cascades Wolverine Project