Thanks to the support of our members, we're restoring fishers to Washington. But keeping the Northwest wild is about so much more than just one species. Will you help protect our natural heritage and ensure a wild future by becoming a Conservation Northwest member at: http://www.conservationnw.o... Our M.O. is simple: connect the big landscapes, protect the most vulnerable wildlife, and conserve our natural heritage for future generations. But we can't do it without your support!
On October 29, 2014, some of the leading experts on wolf ecology and management came together at the University of Washington to present current science on the different impacts that lethal management may have on wolf ecology, pack structure, habitat connectivity, social acceptance, and recovery and to discuss how to apply this knowledge to wildlife management in the Pacific Northwest. Read more about this event: http://www.conservationnw.org/news/updates/wolf-science-p...
The panel was hosted and facilitated by the University of Washington, with special thanks to Dr. Aaron Wirsing and Dr. John Marzluff. The panel was organized by the Pacific Wolf Coalition and Conservation Northwest and sponsored by Conservation Northwest, Wilburforce Foundation, Natural Resources Defense Council, Center for Biological Diversity, California Wolf Center, Blue Mountain Biodiversity Project, and Bob McCoy.
"From Controversy to Common Ground: The Colville National Forest Story." This 2010 documentary film tells the story of the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition, a collaborative coalition finding ways to both protect roadless forests and creatively manage working forests. Produced by Spokane-area independent filmmaker Mark Gauthier.