Forest Field Program

Prioritizing Tribal values, collaboration and reconciliation are how we will heal the land and its people 

Jen Syrowitz, Sr. Manager Conservation Programs  American wilderness sits there with its soul hollowed out, emptied of the peoples who help animate the land. – Priscilla Solis Ybarra  The colonial effects of Indigenous genocide are being felt around the world, made most evident in the degradation of our lands and waters. When we broke their … Continued

Conservation NW’s Science and Conservation Director Honored by Peers

Grand Mound, WA – Our Senior Science and Conservation Director, Dave Werntz, was recognized for his outstanding collaborative work with wildlife partners at last month’s annual Washington Chapter Wildlife Society conference. He was named this year’s winner of the Partnership Award, which recognizes an outstanding accomplishment by a person or organization for working with and … Continued

Speak up to fund the Legacy Roads and Trails Program

Tell your members of Congress to fund national forest infrastructure to benefit wildlife habitat, recreation opportunities, and local communities.   Since 2018, the federal government has neglected to invest in national forest road systems, creating problems for our waterways and fish populations, especially when extreme weather events are driven by climate change. Rainwater routinely washes … Continued

Stream Restoration Volunteer Days in Tonasket

Join efforts to reduce soil erosion and stabilize stream flow in Cox Meadow Come join Conservation Northwest staff for the day in Tonasket to help restore the Cox Meadow habitat. The stream within this meadow is experiencing downcutting, causing it to turn into a channel-like structure. This has been caused by increased stream erosion that, … Continued