Day: December 20, 2021

2021 in Pictures

Throughout the year, NNRG’s staff have had the privilege to visit some very cool places, talk to interesting small, people, and experience the beauty and bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Our work has taken us from the Willamette Valley oak savannas to the coastal forests of the San Juan Islands, and beyond. Take a look at some of the shots we collected from our work and projects along the way.  NNRG Director of Forestry Kirk Hanson conferring with a land manager at Taylor Mountain Forest. NNRG Executive Director Seth Zuckerman and Director of Programs Rowan Braybrook accept the King County

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2021: The Year’s Accomplishments In Review

2022 is just days away, and the NNRG team is itching to get to work on some of the new projects planned for the year. But before we continue on our mission to strengthen the ecological and economic vitality of Northwest forests and communities, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on some of NNRG’s most notable achievements and activities of 2021. 1. Launched a project to test climate adaptation techniques for Northwest forests At the start of 2021, NNRG and partners launched a new demonstration project to test techniques that can help forests endure the kinds of climatic

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