Wild NW Action Alert #324: Tell the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife that you support land acquisition in SW Washington. The WDFW Commission is expected to review the proposal to acquire 94-acres of land adjacent to the WDFW-owned Davis Creek Unit of the Scatter Creek Wildlife Area, outside of Oakville. Conservation Northwest enthusiastically supports … Continued
News Category: Public Lands
Tips and resources for proper outdoor recreation practices when encountering wildlife, and for on the habitats threatened species depend on
Conservation Northwest submitted comments to the Mount Rainier National Park project planning team with feedback on proposed strategies
to address visitor congestion and protect the Park’s natural beauty, wildlife and cultural identity
50+ organizations with millions of members sent letter urging immediate action from President Biden
We recently signed onto a letter to Members of Congress in support of protecting nearly 1.5 million acres as Wilderness, including the Wild Olympics Wilderness & Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
WILD NW Action Alert #313: Through February 12, send the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife a message supporting three proposed land acquisitions that would enhance wildlife connectivity.
We submitted the following letter to WDFW in support of their 2021 land acquisition priorities, which would benefit wildlife connectivity in two of our conservation programs.
It’s a budget year in Olympia. We’re supporting funding for wildlife crossings, state public lands, restoration and resilience for forests and shrub-steppe, wolf coexistence, environmental justice and more.
WILD NW Action Alert #312: Ask your legislators to continue to fund and empower the Trust Land Transfer Program.
Through the Trust Land Transfer Program, we can protect places that Washingtonians love while providing revenues to the schools trusts. This win-win is worth fighting for today and reinventing as needed tomorrow.