People & Nature

Give More (24!) on 9/20
Join us Thursday, September 20th, as we kick off year 2 of our fearless campaign with a day of giving in Southwest Washington.
A Fieldbook for Forests
The summer edition of our Fieldbook magazine covers major conservation efforts and includes our 2017 Annual Report.
Breaking Down the Borders
Our Forest Conservation Director Cherie Kearney shares how the Land Trust is working to include more culturally and racially diverse perspectives throughout the region.
Learning the Upper Left
The Land Trust's first-ever engagement program manager, Rahul Devaskar, shares his experiences as someone new to the Northwest and his hopes for bringing people together.
Traveling Upstream
Executive Director Glenn Lamb checks in on the efforts of the Land Trust's Conservation Agenda, and shares major priorities that lie ahead.
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.
[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.