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Conservation Northwest connects and protects old-growth forests and other wild areas from the Cascades to the Rockies for the benefit of both people and wildlife. Since 1989 they have protected hundreds of thousands of acres of wildlife habitat: from the big tree forests south of Mount Rainier to forest critical to lynx in the Loomis east of North Cascades National Park. Today they are ensuring the region is wild enough for wolves, grizzly bears, and mountain caribou; working with local communities on forest restoration, sustainable timber jobs, and wilderness protection; and creating safe passage for wildlife.