Doris Duke Conservation Scholars from across the U.S. jumped into Conservation Northwest restoration fieldwork this summer. Riparian Restoration and Education at Conservation Northwest – Kareli Mora Ayon, Mikayla J. Agbamuche, and Amber Smith from DDCSP@UW on Vimeo. For the second year in a row, Conservation Northwest has had the good fortune and great privilege to … Continued
News Category: Habitat Restoration
Join Conservation Northwest, the U.S. Forest Service and the Ruffed Grouse Society for a work party to remove invasive plant species and improve critical wildlife habitat.
Help collect sagebrush seeds near Spiva Butte Nature Preserve with Conservation Northwest and Chelan-Douglas Land Trust We invite volunteers of all ages and abilities to join us in collecting sagebrush seeds. Participants will walk cross country on uneven flat ground for up to one mile. Come join us on: Saturday, November 13 10:00 a.m. – … Continued
Volunteer opportunity to plant native flora and remove non-native plants near I-90 wildlife crossing structures Join Conservation Northwest and U.S. Forest Service staff for a day of planting and weeding on the wildlife crossings between Hyak and Easton. Our efforts will focus on creating a natural landscape to encourage wildlife to utilize the crossing structures. … Continued
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
Volunteer opportunity to remove overgrown flora at wildlife crossing under I-90
The “Forest Service Legacy Roads and Trails Remediation Program” which, thanks to representatives Schrier and Kilmer, just passed the House, would provide funds to address the decrepit transportation system.
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, all in-person volunteer habitat restoration events are canceled until further notice.
Our comments on state draft EIS, urging alternative strategies to reduce flood damage in Chehalis Basin including through forest and floodplain restoration.
We submitted comments in support of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest’s Gold Creek Valley Restoration Project, which would increase biodiversity, ecosystem health and resiliency in this connectivity corridor.