Resilience CL+ is a soft white winter two-gene Imidazolinone tolerant (Clearfield) wheat variety developed and released in 2016 by the Agricultural Research Center of Washington State University. Compared to the single-gene, the two-gene technology provides significantly better tolerance to Imidazolinone group of herbicide imazamox. Resilience CL+ was developed using marker-assisted background selection approach. Compared to popular wheat varieties including that with Clearfield technology, Resilience CL+ has high yield potential, excellent stripe rust resistance, and strawbreaker foot rot resistance. Resilience CL+ is an ideal variety for high rain fall region of Pacific Northwest areas where ORCF102 and SY Ovation are currently grown.