Designs for Nature
Creative signs designed by a PNCA student bring outdoor education to an urban forest in SW Portland.
Our Fearless Approach
Executive Director Glenn Lamb shares the many challenges of our Northwest lands and offers an approach to a bold future.
The Good of Leaves
Backyard Habitat program manager Susie Peterson wants to save us from laborious fall and winter yard work, while benefiting wildlife and strengthening our gardens and natural areas.
[Guest Story] 300 Miles
A former stewardship intern and recent seasonal employee, Nathan Kossnar, reflects on his journey on the Pacific Crest Trail and his work for Columbia Land Trust.
Wild Splendor 2017 Recap
Our annual fall gala launched our Conservation Agenda, a 25-year framework for the future of our Northwest lands, waters, and wildlife.
River Wrap
Newly completed floodplain restoration along Washington’s Upper Elochoman River will benefit threatened fish species and other wildlife.
Species Spotlight: Marbled murrelet

The imperiled marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus)  is a cup-sized, coastal bird that few people have had the opportunity to observe. Columbia Land Trust has conserved more than 1,600 acres of tidal wetlands and old-growth forests along Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula and Willapa Bay in hopes that the small populations of marbled murrelets remaining will find…

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