Cascades to Rockies Connections


Connecting large landscapes is at the heart of our mission at Conservation Northwest, as those connections are critical for wildlife, especially in the face of climate change. Science shows that a corridor of wildlands connecting the North Cascades and the Rocky Mountains is particularly important for species from Canada lynx and wolverines to mule deer and wolves.

Our staff and partners have been hard at work in the Cascades to Rockies corridor, building wildlife crossings in the Okanogan Valley, restoring and protecting forests in the Kettle Range and Selkirk Mountains, and supporting recreation leaders and local communities across northeast Washington.

Learn more in our new video, then check out maps and more information on conservation programs in the Cascades to Rockies corridor at:


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