Blackberry removal volunteer days to support wildlife passage under Highway 12
News Category: Connecting Habitat
We’re proud to announce that our short film, “This Land is Part of Us“, produced in partnership with the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife has been awarded the 2021 People’s Choice-Gold Winner by the national Telly Awards! “This beautiful little film has helped all of us who love the shrub-steppe so much to protect it, … Continued
WILD NW Action Alert #317: Contact state legislators and urge them to include $18 million to complete the Safe Passage 97 project.
We encourage people living and working in the Chehalis Basin to attend virtual public meetings on February 17th and March 9th regarding flooding and habitat restoration.
During a challenging and unprecedented year, we were able to make important achievements protecting, connecting and restoring local wildlands and wildlife thanks to your support.
A total of $18 million will prevent more than 244 vehicle-deer collisions per year in north-central Washington.
We submitted comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act for the proposed Chehalis Dam, calling for further analysis of climate change impacts, effects on wildlife habitat connectivity, and potential mitigation strategies.
Our latest Impact Report details conservation victories, collaborative campaigns for wildlands and wildlife, and audited financial information.
Janis Bridge Undercrossing and mile of deer fencing along Highway 97 completed, state funding still needed for additional phases of Okanogan Valley safety, wildlife project.
A two-phased approach to a total of $17.54 million for wildlife crossings and fencing will prevent more than 244 vehicle-deer collisions per year in the Okanogan Valley.