Protecting Wildlands

Healthy watersheds, mature forests and thriving grasslands go hand-in-hand with healthy, prosperous communities and abundant wildlife.

Ancient forests also provide vital habitat for northern spotted owls, marbled murrelets, Roosevelt elk, salmon, bull trout and a variety of other iconic and imperiled species.

Conservation Northwest was one of the first conservation groups to recognize the power of ecological forest restoration and community collaboration. Through our Forest Field Program and other efforts, these tools help restore and protect forests, parks, and other wildlands while also promoting sustainable forestry and benefiting local communities. Learn more about our work at the links below!