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Our vision is of thriving nature and thriving communities—a shared future that enables us to prosper while we care for the lands and waters that sustain us.
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It’s winter on the eastern slopes of Washington’s Cascade mountain range, and Nature Conservancy scientist Emily Howe is up to her mittens in snowpack.
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Across Washington, we’ve worked to protect 800,000 acres to benefit people and nature.