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A note from the Regional Director
In April, we were thrilled to extend a welcoming hand to our newest state affiliate, Washington’s Conservation Northwest. CNW is one of the nation’s premier conservation organizations in terms of both its vision and its effectiveness, and I’ve admired its work for many years. For years, both NWF and CNW have been common sense voices for wildlife restoration based on science and not emotion, even while staff, board members, and supporters thrill to the howl of the wolf or the sight of a grizzly. These priorities and these passions extend all of the wonderful fish and wildlife that enrich our world. I look forward to a great partnership in the future.

-Tom France
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Hands-on Habitat Stewardship
Hands-on Habitat Stewardship
Participants in the Habitat Stewards program learn how to create, preserve, and restore areas of habitat in their local communities, becoming important ambassadors for wildlife. Recently, stewards across Washington took part in training and workshops to keep the Evergreen State beautiful.

Want to be a Habitat Steward?

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Conservation Dreams Come True
Conservation Dreams Come True
The World Conservation Congress—the Olympics of the conservation world—gathers thousands of people together once every four years to help set a global conservation agenda. In 2016, this incredible conference is coming to the beautiful shores of Hawai‘i.

How did this come about?

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Who are the Northwest Steelheaders?
Who are the Northwest Steelheaders?
NWF has named the Association of Northwest Steelheaders its 2016 Affiliate of the Year for their work to ensure that fish and wildlife have healthy watersheds throughout the state of Oregon. The Steelheaders are one of the Pacific Northwest’s oldest and most-cherished conservation and advocacy groups.

Read about their outstanding work.

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The WhizPops!
The WhizPops!
The National Wildlife Federation and Ranger Rick are excited to launch our new CD with the Whizpops—an up-and-coming “kid and environment centric” band extraordinaire. The Whizpops will be performing in Seattle three times over the Memorial Day weekend, and every CD sold benefits NWF.

Find dates, times and locations.

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Raising Salmon in the Classroom
Raising Salmon in the Classroom
Each year, fish eggs from local hatcheries in Oregon are delivered to excited students as part of the Fish Eggs to Fry program, where students observe the eggs as they develop and grow until they are ready for release.

Meet this year’s newest class.

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Protect Public Lands
Protect Public Lands
Our newest affiliate, Conservation Northwest, is a widely respected leader of the fight to keep America's public lands in public hands.

Learn about their conservation work across Washington State.

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Monarch Butterflies in National Parks
Monarch Butterflies in National Parks
While you’re wildlife spotting in our nation’s beautiful parklands, don’t forget to look for one of our most important pollinators—the monarch butterfly.

Find your park to find monarchs!

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