By Jerry F. Franklin and K. Norman Johnson | Guest OpinionOriginally published in The Register-Guard April 27, 2021 Almost 20 years ago, the U.S. Forest Service essentially stopped logging older … Continue reading Protect older natural forests in the western Cascades
View Post For Immediate ReleaseMay 11, 2020 ContactNick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands Legal Director(314) 482-3746, firstname.lastname@example.org Legal Petition Seeks New Rules to Reduce Washington Wolf-killing SEATTLE | — Conservation groups petitioned … Continue reading Press Release: Legal Petition Filed to Regulate Washington Wolf-killing
| April 20, 2020 | The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife released its annual wolf report today. The population posted meager overall growth resulting in a total count of … Continue reading 2019 Washington Annual Wolf Report Released!
Washington Senate Approves Legislation to Protect Salmon from Suction-dredge Mining… On to the Governor’s Desk! BY: Gabe Scott, Cascadia Wildlands In-House Counsel MARCH 5, 2020 | After a 37-10 vote … Continue reading Breaking Victory: Salmon Protected from Suction-dredge Mining in Washington State!
Both Washington and Oregon have released their 2018 wolf numbers and the Pacific Northwest has demonstrated minor gains in the face of continued poaching and state-funded wolf killing (Oregon’s wolf … Continue reading Wolves Under Assault on Multiple Fronts, Your Help Needed!
by Nick Cady, Legal Director On November 7, 2018, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) authorized the killing of wolves in the Smackout pack in Stevens County and … Continue reading Washington Targeting Three Wolf Packs for Killing
Court Grants Emergency Halt of Washington’s Kill Order for Wolf Pack OLYMPIA, Wash.— Two conservation groups filed an emergency lawsuit today seeking a temporary restraining order to stop Washington wildlife … Continue reading Lawsuit Halts Wolf Killing in Washington!
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife released its official 2017 wolf count this past Friday. You can find the report in full here, but fourteen wolves were killed by … Continue reading Official 2017 Washington Wolf Count Released
For Immediate Release, December 11, 2017 Contact: Nick Cady, (314) 482-3746, email@example.com Noah Greenwald, (503) 484-7495, firstname.lastname@example.org Reward Boosted to $20,000 in Search for Killer of Two … Continue reading Reward Boosted to $20,000 in Search for Killer of Two Washington Wolves
Late last month, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that it would shoot up to four wolves in the Harl Butte pack. Again. In August, following conflicts between wolves and livestock in the same area, the Department killed another four wolves from the same pack.