Voices of Cascadia

The transboundary Cascades ecosystem shared by British Columbia and Washington inspires individuals from around the region.  This page places a human face to the landscape by having individuals address what it is about this area that they connect with, from their favorite places to the research questions they are addressing.

Click on an image below to hear their voice on our Voices of Cascadia YouTube channel, and stay tuned as we will be updating this page regularly with new individuals and reasons soon.  Videos are organized in alphabetical order.

Voices of Cascadia: The Next Generation - a video that opened up our 2015 WildLinks conference. Click to play.

 

 

Voices of Cascadia:  The next generation (a video that opened our WildLinks 2015 conference)

 

 

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Mardel Chowen and Chuck Morrison, Friends of the Carbon River Valley

 

 

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Jennifer Eberlien, former Forest Supervisor, Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest

 

 

 

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Mitch Friedman, Executive Director of Conservation Northwest.

 

 

 

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Bill Gaines, Washington Conservation Science Institute (and current Cascadia Partner Forum Pilot Councilmember).

 

 

 

 

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Andrea Imler, Washington Trails Association.

 

 

 

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Denise Joines, Program Officer covering the Northwest and Southwest areas, Wilburforce Foundation (and current Cascadia Partner Forum Pilot Councilmember).

 

 

 

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Greer Maier, Natural Resources Program Manager, Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board.

 

 

 

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Jack Oelfke, Chief, Natural and Cultural Resources, North Cascades National Park Complex

 

 

 

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Maureen Ryan and Noll Steinweg, field researchers.

 

 

 

 

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Aaron Wirsing, Assistant Professor School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and Principle Investigator in Predator Ecology Lab, University of Washington.

 

 

 

 

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Justin Yeager, National Marine Fisheries Service – Ellensburg field office.