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News Category: North Cascades
Join us and a panel of special guests for a film screening and discussion about North Cascades grizzly bears on October 17th in Winthrop!
We are urging residents of Okanogan and Chelan counties who want to see grizzly bears restored to the North Cascades to sign this petition and demonstrate local support.
Conservation Northwest welcomes the new comment period if it leads to the completion of the FEIS and concrete actions to recover the iconic grizzly bear.
We remain hopeful for restoring grizzly bears to the North Cascades, despite setbacks from the Interior Department.
Along with other national and regional conservation leaders, we recently sent a joint letter urging the Secretary of the Interior to move the EIS forward.
Credible sightings, fur trapping records, agency reports and First Nations traditions affirm that grizzly bears historically inhabited the North Cascades.
WILD NW Action Alert #279: Contact your representatives and urge them to vote NO on Rep. Newhouse’s rider defunding grizzly restoration.
Today, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke was at North Cascades National Park Complex headquarters making remarks on grizzly bear restoration. In response to these announcements, Conservation Northwest issued the following statement.
For those of us who have worked for decades to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades, the dream is alive, well and still worth fighting for — and we intend to do just that.