2014: Huge Progress for Nature and People   2014 was a year of unprecedented progress for The Nature Conservancy in Washington.  Thanks to your strong support we were able to do more for people and nature than ever before.   Here are some of the highlights as reported in the news media: 
  Top Stories of the Year Lists  
  Number 8 on Top Story of the Year.  Ellensburg Daily Record  
 Number 8 on Top 10 reasons to be encouraged by environmental progress in 2014.  The Huffington Post  
 One of the Top Outdoor Stories of the Year.  The Spokesman Review  
   Protecting, connecting and restoring forests  
  48,000 acres of prized forestland acquired for people and nature.  Seattle Times  
 2500 acres on Clearwater to be acquired, restored for Salmon.  Seattle PI  
 Report offers forest restoration needs.  The Spokesman Review  
 Manastash acquisition protects wildlife.  Yakima Herald  
 Queets land to be protected.  KONP  
 Forests play critical role in drought resiliency.  Crosscut  
    Protecting communities from catastrophic fire  
  Managing forests for resilience.  Yakima Herald  
 Wildfires, climate change,restoration.  Seattle Times  
 The science of controlled burns.  Yakima Herald  
    Protecting nature and communities from flooding  
  Communities work with nature to reduce flood risks.  The Columbian and more than 30 other outlets  
  Orting levee successful.  KOMO-TV  
   Raising voices and money for nature  
  Illabot Creek designated wild and scenic.  Skagit Valley Herald  
 Record breaking donation connects local and global work.  Seattle Times  
 Farm bill to help conservation.   NorthWest Public Radio, including KUOW  
 Bill Robinson, nature’s voice in Olympia.  The Olympian  
   Innovative science  
  Quinault Indian Nation neutralizing derelict crab pots.   The Daily World  
 Salmon recovery in Fisher Slough.   Skagit Herald  
 Science at work in Moses Coulee.  Seattle Times  
 Bat survey.  KUOW  
 Using quadcopters for conservation.  KIMA-TV ,  KUOW

2014: Huge Progress for Nature and People

2014 was a year of unprecedented progress for The Nature Conservancy in Washington.  Thanks to your strong support we were able to do more for people and nature than ever before.   Here are some of the highlights as reported in the news media:

Top Stories of the Year Lists

Protecting, connecting and restoring forests

  • 48,000 acres of prized forestland acquired for people and nature. Seattle Times
  • 2500 acres on Clearwater to be acquired, restored for Salmon. Seattle PI
  • Report offers forest restoration needs. The Spokesman Review
  • Manastash acquisition protects wildlife. Yakima Herald
  • Queets land to be protected. KONP
  • Forests play critical role in drought resiliency. Crosscut

 Protecting communities from catastrophic fire

 Protecting nature and communities from flooding

Raising voices and money for nature

Innovative science