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Columbia Highlands: Washington's Last Wilderness Frontier

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Uploaded on Oct 12, 2010

Join us as we fly via Google Earth over the Columbia Highlands of northeastern Washington, connecting the Cascades to the Rockies. The tour takes us from the North Cascades and Okanogan Highlands eastward to the Kettle River Range, the mighty Columbia River, and the Selkirk Mountains, western outpost of the Rockies. The Columbia Highlands is an unspoiled outback for adventure and one of the best places in the Pacific Northwest to see wildlife, from birds to bighorns to bears. Today, a balanced plan, the Columbia Highlands Initiative, proposes wilderness protection; forest restoration; quality long-term forest management; improvements to recreation infrastructure; and collaborative work to keep private ranches operational and available as wildlife habitat. Learn more at www.conservationnw.org

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