News

Last of its Kind
Columbia Land Trust purchased the single largest property in its history—3,200 of forestland in a canyon rich with wildlife and cultural significance.
Mount St. Helens Vision Realized
Columbia Land Trust and a timber company Pope Resources find common ground, complete decade-long, 20,000-acre plan benefitting local forestry and wildlife.
Picnic in the Gorge
Columbia Land Trust supporters and their families are invited to our annual meeting and picnic celebration on Saturday, July 21st.
[Guest Story] Watching the Backyard
A backyard habitat member shares his joy of restoring habitat as a retired ecologist struggling with a recent illness, and the power gardens can have on young minds.
Birders Needed
Columbia Land Trust is offering a volunteer opportunity to help monitor bird species in Hood River, OR.
Backyard Continued
The Backyard Habitat Certification Program announces its expansion into more area of Clackamas County.
Hear the Cranes Come
A farming experiment is benefiting endangered sandhill cranes and could establish new research for crane conservation in the Northwest.