Requesting volunteers! We are going to be making an existing wildlife undercrossing more useable for wildlife like elk and safer for all species.
Join us for one of the most coveted volunteer opportunities; riparian native-planting days near Enumclaw, Washington! Conservation Northwest’s Central Cascades Restoration Watershed Program and Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) are maximizing spring and are hosting two volunteer planting events open to the general public. This restoration work will help establish native plants in recovering areas of … Continued
Returning for its 19th year, our “Hope for a Wild Future” Auction & Dinner is requesting volunteers! Looking for new opportunities to connect with fellow conservationists? Consider joining our 2022 auction volunteer team! We’ll need assistance in setting up the venue, checking in guests, coordinating the silent auction, and much more! This year, Conservation Northwest … Continued
This year we had a record number of volunteers, put thousands of native plants in the ground, improved signage, and engaged with diverse partners to restore watershed health in the Central Cascades. By Laurel Baum, Central Cascades Conservation Associate From the vibrant slopes of Snoqualmie Pass near I-90 to the lush old-growth forests in the … Continued
How you can aid wildlife conservation and get connected to nature Produced by students from the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, Department of Biology, and College of the Environment, March 2019. THANK YOU! You can help make an impact in the conservation of iconic Northwest species like the wolverine, Canada lynx, … Continued
Our staff, partners and volunteers are improving public access and protecting habitat at the Green Gate access site on the Quilomene Wildlife Area by building an informational kiosk and installing green-dot road signs. By Rose Piccinini, Sagelands Contractor The Green Gate access site, off Old Vantage Highway east of Ellensburg, is the primary public access … Continued