Columbia Land Trust scored a major victory this week when its Long Beach Peninsula Wetlands Conservation Project was awarded a $914,375 grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Columbia Land Trust will acquire and protect 400 acres of declining coastal wetlands, riparian areas and conifer forest on the Long Beach Peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and Willapa Bay,…Read More
27,600 acres conserved & counting
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When Frank White reached out to Columbia Land Trust regarding the sale of his 19-acre vacation property near the mouth of Crooked Creek in Wahkiakum County, Washington, we leapt at the chance. Lands of this property’s strategic and ecological importance don’t come along every day. Crooked Creek feeds into Grays Bay, the last major tributary…Read More
Columbia Land Trust today announced the purchase of 51 acres of riparian forest along Rock Creek, a major tributary to the East Fork Lewis River in Clark County. The purchase will protect and restore vital Steelhead habitat in the creek. The Land Trust purchased the property from Paula Larwick, who sought to sell a section…Read More