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A note from the Regional Director
After any election, I become increasingly mindful about how important our daily, locally focused work can be in our lives. Helping to establish a community wildlife habitat, working to mentor young volunteers, and serving on local committees are all actions that touch people—and wildlife—directly.

We strive to build strong local support for wildlife by forging bonds with Republicans and Democrats, Greens and Libertarians. We reach out to businesses, farmers, ranchers, and loggers to integrate their concerns into our programs. We can all make a difference as long as we keep working together with our friends and neighbors.

-Tom France
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Salmon in the Coal Mine?
Salmon in the Coal Mine?
Salmon, trout, and other cold-water fish in the West are feeling the heat from climate change. As they are threatened, so too is the region’s economic and ecological well-being.

How can fishery management ensure these species can survive a changing climate?

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Connecting Campers with Nature
Connecting Campers with Nature
This summer, our Seattle office hosted 200 first-time campers in Great American Campout events to introduce them to the wonders of nature that come alive through camping.

See more about these events and get tips for first-time campers.

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Conservation Service Award
Conservation Service Award
Help us celebrate our 2016 Pacific Region Conservation Service Award winner, Grace Stiller. Her work as a Community Wildlife Habitat team leader and Habitat Steward helps her connect with other local organizations to support wildlife conservation and stewardship in her city of Newcastle, WA and beyond.

Take a look at Grace Stiller’s dedicated work.

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Opening Doors in Oregon
Opening Doors in Oregon
Our team recently expanded to a new office just outside of Portland, Oregon, and we can’t wait to get our hands dirty with wildlife activities for people across the Northwest.

Find out how we’re helping young Oregonians strengthen their connection to nature.

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Restoring Grizzly Bears to the North Cascades
Restoring Grizzly Bears to the North Cascades
The northern Cascade Mountains could once again provide native habitat for grizzly bears, adding richness to the ecosystem and communities in the area. But the long, slow road of grizzly bear recovery needs help.

Meet the friends of the Northern Cascades grizzlies.

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Big Wins at World’s Largest Conservation Conference
Big Wins at World’s Largest Conservation Conference
In September, members of our team joined the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s World Conservation Congress in Hawai’i. Participants passed 80 motions to help set a global conservation agenda.

See the BIG WINS achieved at the IUCN Congress.

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Learn to Live Together
Learn to Live Together
The National Wildlife Federation was founded on the idea that when groups work to help one another, there is mutual benefit.

Let’s learn from some wildlife species that are models of mutualistic relationships.

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