People and Wildlife

May I Borrow a Cup of Water?

Growing up, I’m sure we can all recall a time where our parents would ask to borrow a cup of sugar from our neighbors, or neighbors would ask our parents …

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Incentives for Bringing Clean Energy to Coal Country Are a Good Idea

The Clean Energy Buildout Addressing climate change is a central piece of the President’s American Jobs Plan, and a key part of the strategy is supercharging federal investments in clean …

Quiz: Plan a Vacation Getaway to Find Out Which Marine Animal You’d Be!

Summer is finally here! Whether your ideal vacation is on a tropical sunny beach or in a lush National Park, we’re confident we can guess which animal you’d be based …

A Celebration of Freedom, Gratitude

June nineteenth marks the day official enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation outlawing slavery reached Texas in 1865, two years after the formal signing of the Proclamation. This day holds special …

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Methane is Back in the Congressional Hot Seat

Critical Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) methane regulations are making their way back into effect. This is good news for wildlife like bats, mule deer, and cold weather-dependent moose that are …

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Beavers and Salmon: An Unexpected Alliance

According to a recent analysis done by the Nez Perce Tribe, Chinook salmon and steelhead populations are nearing extinction and need all the help they can get.  Why are these …

Building a Conservation Legacy, One Backyard at a Time

Volunteer Don Scalon may not have been born in the Pacific Northwest, but his commitment and dedication to the region’s native habitat and species is as inherent and steadfast as …

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Hooked on Family Fishing: Casting Through Environmental Barriers

It is lightly drizzling as I pull into the parking lot at Glenn Otto Park in Troutdale, Oregon. The inaugural Hooked on Family Fishing Day hosted by the Association of …

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A “Warrior of Justice” on the Long Road to Recognition

Washington state finally recognizes the legacy of Billy Frank Jr., a Nisqually tribal elder who championed tribal treaty rights and environmental protection. It marks a long-awaited shift in our collective …

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U.S. Colleges and Universities Are Making a Positive Impact on Climate through Waste Minimization Efforts

Today over 1,100 colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada have participated in the Campus Race to Zero Waste program. Campus Race to Zero Waste has diverted close to …

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