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: Forestry
Conservation Northwest objects to the North Fork Nooksack Vegetation Management Project draft decision
Historic case asks the Court to interpret the plain terms of the Washington State Constitution providing that state forests are held in trust “for all the people.”
We submitted technical comments on the Upper Wenatchee Pilot Project in support of landscape-scale restoration and reducing risks of uncharacteristic wildfires, and provided feedback on our concerns around protecting critical habitat.
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!
We have been supporters of the Okanogan Wenatchee Restoration Strategy and while the scale of the proposed action appears appropriate, we had difficulty finding clear links between the results of the landscape evaluations, the proposed actions, and the effects analysis.
WILD NW #310: Send a message to the Forest Service by Friday, December 18 to stop plans to unnecessarily cut large, fire resilient trees and degrade wildlife habitat in the Twisp River watershed.
This project rooted in science and local collaboration provides a valuable model for landscape-scale forest and watershed restoration.
We submitted comments to the MBSNF urging a more holistic, landscape-scale approach to forest restoration near the headwaters of the Nooksack River.
“We applaud the Service’s ruling affirming the Endangered status of southern mountain caribou, a unique ecotype of woodland caribou,” said Joe Scott, Conservation Northwest International Programs Director.