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summer 2004_15-year-anniversary_NWEA

Conservation Northwest protects and connects old-growth forests and other wild areas from the Washington Coast to the British Columbia Rockies, vital to a healthy future for us, our children, and wildlife. Since 1989, Conservation Northwest has worke

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BELLINGHAM: 1208 Bay Street, #201 NWEA staff Jodi Broughton Business and development director SEATTLE: Erin Moore Communications coordinator Paul Balle Corporate gifts director Fred Munson Deputy director Seth Cool Conservation associate Rose Oliver Office manager and event coordinator Chris Dillard Web site contractor Hudson Dodd Outreach and volunteer coordinator Demis Foster Ancient Forest Roadshow project director Christie Raschke Membership associate Pat Roberts Accountant Joe Scott International conservation director Mitch Friedman Executive director Regan Smith Conservation associate Joseph Losi Leadership gifts director Barb Swanson Conservation associate Lisa McShane Community relations director Dave Werntz Science director The Cascades Conservation Partnership staff Jim Armstrong Eastside director Pat Powell Lands specialist Dave Atcheson Campaign director Charlie Raines Lands and public funding director Molly Harmon Outreach assistant Jen Watkins Westside outreach coordinator NWEA board of directors Mark Skatrud president Emily Barnett Christine Nasser vice president Kristen Boyles Jeffrey Jon Bodé secretary Mitch Friedman Tom Campion treasurer Kenan Block William Donnelly Alex Loeb INTERNET: Bellingham, WA 98225 360.671.9950 360.671.8429 (fax) 3414 1/2 Fremont Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98103 206.675.9747 206.675.1007 (fax), Northwest Ecosystem Alliance protects and restores wildlands in the Pacific Northwest and supports such efforts in British Columbia. NWEA bridges science and advocacy, working with activists, policy makers, and the general public to conserve our natural heritage. Contents From the development director 3 NWEA in brief NWEA sues for bears, old growth, and wildlife protection Kettle Range wilderness I-90 bridges Mountain caribou update Washington Invasives Coalition Stop that Commerce Corridor! 4-7 Feature: Celebrating 15 years of NWEA 8-23 How we keep the Northwest wild A NWEA timeline Stories from staff and field Inside NWEA Jammin' for Salmon thank yous Volunteer appreciation Anniversary event: a wild time had by all Interns in the spotlight 23 24 24-25 26 Jasmine Minbashian Nancy Ritzenthaler Jo Roberts Tim Wood Cover Newsletter covers selected from 15 years of NWEA publishing: front page, spring of 1992 through spring of 1998; back page, summer of 1998 through spring of 2004 Northwest Ecosystem News (formerly Northwest Conservation) is published quarterly by NWEA as a benefit to members. It is printed in vegetable inks on Vanguard Recycled Plus: 10% hemp/flax, 90% postconsumer, processed chlorine-free paper. Visit our website at for a complimentary copy, or see page 27 to join Northwest Ecosystem Alliance. Published June of 2004 Erin Moore, editor ( Proofreading by Hudson Dodd NWEA's quarterly newsletter is offered as a PDF online at We also publish two electronic reports: ecosystem e-news An informal and upbeat monthly look into NWEA, laid out for web-style viewing. To subscribe, please email WildNorthwest NWEA's periodic, text-based action alert gives you the power to take action. Email with the subject line subscribe wildnw to subscribe.

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