CNW is set to launch a new Wildlife Ambassador Project and is seeking volunteers to help educate the public about co-existing with wildlife in the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River area.
News Category: Public Lands
The 2023 session brought big wins for many of Conservation Northwest’s priorities, including protecting and managing state lands for carbon and biodiversity, increased capacity for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to protect the state’s natural heritage, funding and program improvements for wolf co-existence, spotted owl habitat restoration, clean energy siting that takes habitat connectivity into account, and improved multi-agency planning for recreation impacts to conservation.
We submitted the following letter to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in support of their 2022 land acquisition priorities, which would benefit wildlife connectivity in two of our conservation programs. WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE REAL ESTATE SERVICES P.O. BOX 43158 OLYMPIA, WA 98504 Nov. 11, 2022 Electronic version (PDF) Dear … Continued
In partnership with Home Range Wildlife Research, Conservation Northwest releases report that summarizes existing science on recreation and wildlife dynamics.
In a unanimous decision, Court recognizes State’s authority to manage forestlands for public benefit *** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE *** July 21, 2022 MEDIA CONTACTS: Andrea Wolf-Buck, Conservation Northwest, 206-970-1430 Zachary DeWolf, Washington Environmental Council & Washington Conservation Voters, 206-639-3760 OLYMPIA, WA—Today, the Washington State Supreme Court conﬁrms that the state has a constitutional … Continued
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
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.