Habitat restoration volunteer opportunities near Wish-Poosh Campground Come out and enjoy the beautiful fall weather and soak in the fall colors while planting native trees and shrubs on the eastern side of Cle Elum Lake! 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Thursday, October 21 – Saturday, October 22 We are partnering with botanists from the Cle … Continued
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Join us with Cascades Wolverine Project and local ski guide Trevor Kostanich for a screening of Finding Gulo and a presentation about the future of ski touring and wolverine habitat in a changing climate.
Join Conservation Northwest and partners in summit focused on landscape connectivity for people and the environment on July 20-22 Southwest Washington is home to iconic mountains, majestic rivers, and expansive forests. These prized resources are at risk from impacts of climate change, development, landscape fragmentation, economic pressures, and shifting public values. Climate change and development … Continued
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 … Continued
On April 3rd at 7:00 p.m., join us, The North Cascades Institute, Village Books and Mountaineers Books for a fascinating conversation about bears, featuring our International Programs Director Joe Scott!
Conservation Northwest will celebrate our 18th annual Hope for a Wild Future auction taking place virtually on Thursday, April 22nd at 6:00 p.m. PT.
Join us and the Puget Sound Chapter of the American Association of Zoo Keepers for an evening full of Truffles, featuring our Colville Forest Lead Tiana Luke!
Join us and award-winning photographer Paul Bannick for his presentation on his new book Snowy Owl: A Visual Natural History on Thursday, January 28th, at 5:00 pm via Zoom.
Join us and award-winning photographer Paul Bannick for his first public presentation on his new book Great Gray Owl: A Visual Natural History on Wednesday, October 21st, at 5:00 pm via Zoom.
A panel discussion with important stakeholders about the threat of B.C. mining operations to transboundary watersheds, salmon & communities, co-hosted by Conservation Northwest and Salmon Beyond Borders.