Private timber plantations burn more severely than adjacent public forests

Of Wolves and People: The Science Behind Conservation Conflict Transformation

By Paula Swedeen, Ph.D., Policy Director Wolves are making an inspiring comeback in Washington, returning to our state on their own paws from populations in British Columbia, Idaho and Montana beginning around the mid-2000’s. In 2008, Conservation Northwest’s Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project discovered the first wolf pups born in Washington in nearly a century—the Lookout … Continued