The Conservation Northwest Newsletter—our biannual full-color print publication

Our most recent edition: Fall 2017!

The Conservation Northwest Newsletter (printed on 100 percent recycled New Leaf Paper!) is now published twice a year. For more frequent updates, check out our monthly Conservation Connection E-newsletter, Wild Northwest blog and website News Updates.

Our Members receive the print newsletter in the mail. Complimentary copies are also available at many local outdoor retailers, coffee shops, stores, our offices and other locations. Click the links below to view online Flipbook versions of recent issues! 

You may also request a complimentary edition of our latest newsletter delivered to your door by emailing communications (at) with your name and mailing address.

Newsletter content includes updates on our conservation programs, articles on issues relevant to wildlife and wildlands in Washington and British Columbia, and stories about getting outside across our region. We also regularly feature our favorite photos from our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project and other field programs.

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Past Conservation Northwest Newsletter issues

Issue 101 – Fall 2017 – Breaking Barriers for Conservation 

Issue 100 – Summer 2016 – North Cascades Grizzly Bears

Issue 99 – Spring 2016 – Restoring Wildlife and protecting the lands they, and we, depend on

Issue 98 – Summer 2015 – Reaching Milestones: Making connections for wildlife

Issue 97 – Winter 2015 – Shifting paradigms: Wildfire and Wildlife

Issue 96 – Fall 2014 – Looking forward: Coast to Cascades

Issue 95 – Spring 2014 – 25 years! You’ve kept it wild

Issue 94 – Winter 2013 – Telling our stories: Protecting wildlife, connecting habitat

Issue 93 – Fall 2013 – Wildlife Homecoming: How do we keep them here? 

Issue 92 – Spring 2013 – 100 year vision: Lake Whatcom forest park

Issue 91 – Winter 2012 – Gaining ground: In 2012 for wildlife and habitat

Issue 90 – Fall 2012 – Northwest wolves: From discovery to recovery

Issue 89 – Spring 2012 – Roads and wildlife: Reaching the other side 

Issue 88 – Winter 2011 – 2011: A wild year

Issue 87 – Fall 2011 – Getting wilder: From the top down

Note: Due to recent website changes, older editions of our newsletter are no longer available online. Please contact us if you’d like access to back copies.