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The North Cascades Conservation Council has a 50 year history of aggressively promoting National Parks and Wilderness, protecting old growth forests and pristine watersheds, conserving endangered wildlife, preventing off-road vehicle damage to public lands, and guiding Park and Wilderness management in the North Cascades. We rely entirely upon our members to keep up ongoing efforts to protect these priceless environments and ecosystems. Please consider joining us!
Membership includes subscription to NCCC’s journal, The Wild Cascades (3x year) and to our Cascades Catalyst member e-newsletters that will keep you up to date on our activities and action alerts.


Consider giving $100 or more – you’ll receive a FREE copy of Wilderness Alps by Harvey Manning (applies to all donations of $100 or more, for new and renewing members, while supplies last)!

NCCC is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. All donation are tax deductible. Everyone who donates becomes a contributing member.

Two easy ways to join and donate:

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  • Online with a credit card Click Here To Donate Now

Donate through our SecurePay online donation page. You can choose from Visa, MasterCard, or Discover cards.
Suggested membership levels: $10 student, $30 individual, $50 family. Or set any donation amount you choose. Donations of $100 or more earn you a free copy of our book, too!  Thank you! (Please leave the “Shipping Charge” on the order page as $0.)
In the Comments area, feel free to tell us of any specific projects you would like your donation to go towards, and add your email address if you would like to receive member email updates from us.

You may send us your donation by mail. We accept checks or money orders. Please print and fill out our form and send it with your payment to:

North Cascades Conservation Council
Membership Chair
Post Office Box 95980
University Station
Seattle, WA 98145-2980


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Please Also Consider Planned Giving

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NCCC has been active for the past 50 years and hopes to remain active for the next 50 years. Major donations in the form of bequests offer the long term stability that is essential for NCCC to remain effective in the fight to protect the North Cascades. Please contact NCCC’s Planned Giving Manager if you are interested in making a bequest to NCCC, at: