State legislators in Olympia invested a landmark $83 million in forest conservation and ecological forest management practices to boost carbon sequestration on state lands.
News Category: Climate Change
Risks escalating due to more frequent catastrophic weather events related to climate change. SEATTLE – British Columbia’s rapidly accelerating mining boom – and the dangerous waste that accompanies it – threaten communities and watersheds in neighboring states, including Washington, Alaska, Idaho and Montana according to a new report. Climate-fueled floods and disasters are exacerbating the threats … Continued
Results will help guide future planning and program development to build a more climate-resilient future. Conservation Northwest’s mission to protect, connect and restore wildlands and wildlife is highly impactful to climate issues. As we navigate the precipice of a rapidly changing climate, sound science and on-the-ground solutions are more critical than ever. We tasked researchers … Continued
Retired Forest Field staffer George Wooten was recognized for his report on climate change impacts to forest roads.
Climate initiative supports our program objectives for wildlands and wildlife, Washington’s rural and urban communities, and a healthier future for our planet