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Species Spotlight: Sandhill Cranes
Learn more about the iconic sandhill cranes.
[Virtual Event] Places of Pika
In the Columbia River Gorge, the adorable and resilient American Pika are making a comeback after the Eagle Creek fire.
Saturday - March 13, 2021
[Virtual Event] Hosting Mason Bees
Native, non-stinging mason bees can be your yard's most effective pollinators. Get ready for spring by joining us to learn all about mason bees!
Saturday - February 20, 2021
[Virtual Event] The Ecology of Eagles
Eagles are an icon of our region and beyond. Join us to learn about these fascinating birds and where you can view them this winter!
Saturday - January 30, 2021
Interconnected Webs of Life
An end of year reflection from Executive Director Glenn Lamb
[Virtual Event] PCEF & Conservation: Let’s Talk About It!
This event has ended, but you can view a full recording to recap the webinar
From Stories to Signs
Columbia Land Trust installs interpretive signs along the lower Klickitat Haul Road that celebrates the iconic watershed
Our 2020 Winter Fieldbook
Forestry, climate action, and building relationships with a focus on equity: the 2020 Winter Fieldbook is here!
The Muse: An Owl’s Call
A message from Executive Director Glenn Lamb
Fire Resilience In Our Forests
Columbia Land Trust is managing forestland for the realities of climate change and catastrophic wildfire