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Conservation Partners

Conservation in Washington is an exciting partnership between concerned citizens, conservation organizations, government agencies, and business interests.

Featured Partners in Washington

  • Washington Natural Heritage Program

    The Washington DNR Natural Heritage Program (WA NHP) manages information on rare plants and rare ecosystems. The role of the WA NHP is to identify species and ecosystems that are conservation priorities for preserving Washington's biodiversity.

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  • Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

    The WDFW mandate is to preserve, protect, perpetuate, and manage the fish and wildlife species of the state. The department also provides opportunities for people to hunt, fish, and appreciate fish and wildlife.

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  • Washington Biodiversity Council

    he Washington Biodiversity Council was established to address conservation of our state's native plants, animals, and ecosystems for current and future generations.

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  • The Nature Conservancy - Washington Field Office

    TNC developed the Ecoregional Assessment planning process to identify priority sites on the landscape in which to focus conservation efforts. Working with WA NHP and WA DFW as major partners, ecoregional assessments were carried out statewide.

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Additional Partners in Washington

Quick Facts

Washington Natural Heritage Program
Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 47014
Olympia, WA 98504-7014

Contact Information

Phone: (360) 902-1667
Fax: (360) 902-1789
Email: natural_heritage_program@dnr.wa.gov
Website

History

Founded in: 1977

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