Join Conservation Northwest, the U.S. Forest Service and the Ruffed Grouse Society for a work party to remove invasive plant species and improve critical wildlife habitat.
News Category: Central Cascades
After 11 years and more than 500 reports from motorists of wildlife along I-90 in Washington’s Central Cascades, we’re successfully closing the I-90 Wildlife Watch program and website.
We submitted comments in support of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest’s Gold Creek Valley Restoration Project, which would increase biodiversity, ecosystem health and resiliency in this connectivity corridor.
We’re joining a coalition to restore Gold Creek and increase wildlife biodiversity, ecosystem health and resilience to climate change in an important watershed near Snoqualmie Pass.
We’re partnering with Rainier Beer’s “Tabs for Good” program to bring people together and restore public lands in the Central Cascades!
Join us and Sustainable Seattle for Green Drinks on August 13th at Tin Dog Brewing in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood! Interested in meeting some new faces and making new connections in Seattle’s environmental community? Check out this month’s Green Drinks event we’re co-presenting with Sustainable Seattle at Tin Dog Brewing on Tuesday, August 13th from … Continued
Comments to USFS regarding wildlife and habitat in the Snoquera area of the Central Cascades near Greenwater.
Speak up for a balance between roads and habitat for migrating elk and other wildlife on the Quilomene Wildlife Area.
Speak up for habitat, wildlife and sustainable outdoor recreation in the Green and White river watersheds before June 1st!