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
We care for the Northwest you love.
The news is filled with stories about drought, and the Columbia River was just named one of America’s most threatened rivers. Demographers project millions more people moving to the Northwest in the next 25 years, adding to the pressures on our natural resources. It would be easy to descend into pessimism about the future. And…Read More
We at Columbia Land Trust are pleased to announce the conservation of 80 acres of forest land within the Grays Bay watershed, one of the most ecologically important areas in the Columbia River estuary. An anonymous, local landowner purchased and donated the property, which includes two tributaries of the West Fork Grays River, for the expressed purpose…Read More