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Summer 2016 Conservation Northwest Quarterly Newsletter

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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1208 Bay Street #201 Bellingham, WA 98225 Non Profit Org. US POSTAGE PAID Blaine, WA Permit No. 106 Please renew your membership Sunset at Bald Snow on the Kettle Crest, a wild roadless area in the Columbia Highlands that we are working to protect as wilderness with your support. Photo: © Eric Zamora The Pacific Northwest's majestic beauty and wild character make our home a special place. Yet climate change, a growing population, and increasing resource use threaten the natural heritage we treasure. Conservation Northwest is a powerful force to protect our landscapes and all creatures, great and small, who live here. We're particularly effective because we skillfully work in collaboration with timber, agriculture and other interests to fashion innovative solutions to safeguard the natural world—while also protecting economic, recreation and cul- tural values. For example, our partnerships with First Na- tions, hikers, climbing and fishing guides, and other stake- Your support creates a healthier, wilder Northwest Jeff Baierlein Development and Communications Director, holders helps ensure that our campaign to recover North Cascades grizzly bears is effective, powerful and ultimately successful. This couldn't happen without you. Charitable contributions from supporters like you protect our most treasured places. Your generosity helps sustain the mountains, forests and waterways that refresh the spirit and make the Northwest a great place to live. From wildlife bridges over I-90, to restoration of fishers and grizzly bears and protection of wilderness areas, we're lead- ing the way towards a better Pacific Northwest. and your support makes this possible. Please consider a gift today. Give at www.conservationnw. org/donate. Your generous donation helps make the Pacific Northwest a place that all of us—human and wild creatures—can call home. Thank you.

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