Our Network of Partners

Our partners include members of industry, non-governmental organizations, tribes, and federal, state, and local governments. We gather regularly in-person throughout the region and online to discuss our commonly held values, collaborate on project goals, and ultimately, make progress on designing our desired landscape. 

Industry

  • Center for Inclusive Entrepreneurship

  • David Evans and Associates

  • Environmental Science Associates

  • Greenwood Resources

  • Hampton Lumber

  • PC Trask and Associates

  • Port Blakely

  • SWCA

Non-Government Organizations

  • Audubon Washington

  • Defenders of Wildlife

  • Ecotrust

  • Conservation Biology Institute

  • Pinchot Institute for Conservation

  • The Nature Conservancy

Tribes

  • Chinook Indian Nation

  • Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

  • Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission

  • Cowlitz Tribe

  • Quinault Indian Nation

  • Yakama Nation

Local and State Governments

  • Metro

  • Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

  • Oregon Dept. of Land and Conservation Development

  • Oregon Department of Transportation

  • Oregon Parks and Recreation

  • Washington  Habitat Connectivity Working Group

  • Washington Department of Natural Resources

  • Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

  • Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office

Federal Governments

  • Bonneville Power Administration

  • National Park Service

  • NOAA Fisheries

  • NRCS

  • Northwest Climate Science Center

  • US Environmental Protection Agency

  • US Fish and Wildlife Service

  • US Forest Service

  • US Geological Survey 

An analysis of our partner network

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and partners at the Conservation Planning Institute and Ecotrust have developed a social network analysis to demonstrate the breadth and depth of collaboration among conservation entities occurring in the region. This study was conducted in 2017 and influenced resulting outreach efforts among the network. We have since engaged new partners and sub-regions and are enthusiastic about the continued growth and engagement of our network. 

Check out the infographic below for a summary of this work. 

Want to know more? Visit our CCLC Products page for a full report on this network analysis. 

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