Conservation Northwest connects and protects old growth and other wild areas from the Washington Coast to the BC Rockies to benefit people and wildlife. Since 1989 they have protected hundreds of thousands of acres of wildlife habitat around the state, from the coast to the Cascades to the Rockies.
Today Conservation Northwest is ensuring the region is wild enough to support wildlife, from wolves to grizzly bears to mountain caribou. They work with local communities on forest restoration, sustainable timber jobs, and wilderness protection. We help create safe passage and connectivity for wildlife, including those moving north and south across Interstate 90 in the Cascades, across the border with Canada, and east and west between the Cascades and Selkirks of the Rockies.
For more information about Conservation Northwest, visit http://www.CONSERVATIONNW.org