Victory for wildlife in Snoqualmie Pass! Conservation Northwest joins our legal partners at Crag Law Center in celebrating last week’s victory protecting wildlife, fish habitat, and wetlands near Snoqualmie Pass. We filed a lawsuit this spring to try to protect the threatened wildlife corridor encompassing Mardee Lake, which has long been an area of focus … Continued
News Category: I-90 Wildlife
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
After 11 years and more than 500 reports from motorists of wildlife along I-90 in Washington’s Central Cascades, we’re successfully closing the I-90 Wildlife Watch program and website.
Volunteer opportunity to remove overgrown flora at wildlife crossing under I-90
Community Wildlife Monitoring Program reaches 15-year mark of snowtracking along I-90 corridor in 2020-2021
During the 2019-2020 snow tracking season, 50 volunteers documented beaver, bobcat, coyote, elk, otters and more along the I-90 wildlife corridor.
Join us on Saturday, October 20 at the Whatcom Museum for a film screening of Cascade Crossroads, followed by a panel on the topic of wildlife crossings and their importance in connecting habitat and protecting wildlife.
Released today, Cascade Crossroads is a 30-minute documentary film chronicling the story unfolding over and under Interstate 90 just east of Snoqualmie Pass in Washington’s Cascade Mountains. Here at the intersection of a major east-west transportation corridor and a crucial north-south wildlife migration corridor, a monumental project combining conservation, collaboration, and innovation led to the … Continued
Re-launch of wildlife monitoring website provides opportunity for motorists to engage in wildlife conservation along Snoqualmie Pass
Construction is moving forward on a major project to improve motorist safety and reconnect the north and south Cascades for wildlife An average of 28,000 vehicles travel Washington’s busiest mountain pass each day. It’s a route that’s vital for communities on both sides of the Cascades, as well as for commerce, agriculture, recreation and much … Continued