Welcoming new team members at Conservation Northwest

Welcoming new team members at Conservation Northwest

Get to know our new staffers, Jen Syrowitz, Meghan Madden, Jordan Ryckman, and Sara Bellevue! New faces at Conservation Northwest Jen Syrowitz, Conservation Program Manager Where are you from and how long have you lived in the northwest? I was born and raised in the great white north, spending my formative years on the Manitoba … Continued

Words of Thanks from Conservation Northwest

Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at Conservation Northwest! By Matthew Brouwer, Development Director Whether you are gathering with close family and friends or sheltering in place this Thanksgiving, we want to express our deep gratitude for all you’ve done this past year to help protect, connect and restore Northwest wildlife and wildlands. … Continued

New team members at Conservation Northwest

Meet Brian Stewart, our Cascades to Olympics Coordinator, and welcome back Heather Hutchison, now our Special Events and Public Engagement Coordinator! You may remember Heather Hutchison, who was previously our Development and Events Associate. After taking a one-year cycling trip through North and South America, we’re glad to bring her back on the Conservation Northwest … Continued

A change in scenery in the Columbia Highlands

Getting to know our Forest Field Program and its place in the landscape and community of northeast Washington. BY KEIKO BETCHER, COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH ASSOCIATE, AND MATTHEW BROUWER, DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR As two staffers based in Conservation Northwest’s Seattle headquarters, it’s not often that we get the chance to spend time enjoying the landscapes we work … Continued

Join us at Patagonia for Ballard Art Walk on Saturday, 9/14!

On Saturday, September 14th, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. we’ll be hanging out with our friends at Patagonia Ballard store (5443 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA) for September’s Ballard Art Walk. Come and meet local artist Grayce Crabtree, enjoy live music from Christopher Brown, and snack on food and drinks.  All proceeds from the night … Continued

Paper published on Washington fisher reintroduction

We contributed to a new study in the Journal of Wildlife Management assessing the habitat preferences of fishers recently reintroduced to Washington’s Cascade Mountains. BY DAVE WERNTZ, SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION DIRECTOR As the lead for Conservation Northwest’s collaborative program reintroducing fishers to Washington, I was proud to contribute to a new study and scientific paper … Continued

Map of our staff and contractors in 2019

Our team is hard at work protecting, connecting and restoring wildlands and wildlife in Washington and southern British Columbia. Check out our 2019 staff and contractors map! Click here for a larger version, or visit our About Us page.

Welcome to our new staffers

Over the past year we’ve brought on some talented new staff members, and we’re excited to share their stories with you. Welcome to the Conservation Northwest team! We’d also like to extend our best wishes to Alaina Kowitz, our Communications and Outreach Associate since 2015, who recently took a new position at a great organization … Continued