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One Yard at a Time
As Backyard Habitat Certification Program Manager Gaylen Beatty moves on, a Columbia Land Trust staffer reflects on the program's powerful impact.
Marsh Marvels
Conservation efforts at the tip of Long Beach Peninsula protect endangered species within a fragile ecosystem.
Rooted in the Region
With the help of contractors, local businesses, and volunteers, we're planting upwards of 200,000 trees over the next 14 months.
Crane Attraction
The recent conservation of 541 acres in the Vancouver Lake lowlands leaves space for iconic sandhill cranes.
A Greenway in the Making
As trilliums bloom along the banks of the East Fork Lewis River, plans on a comprehensive greenway come one step closer to fruition.
A Living Landbase on 82nd Avenue
The Backyard Habitat Certification Program is partnering with a local social justice organization to explore how urban habitats can help support healthier communities in Southeast Portland's Jade District.
A New Bird’s-Eye View
The Land Trust is taking its stewardship monitoring practices to new heights with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).