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[Tour] Making Meadows
Explore and learn about native meadows at Mill Creek Ridge.
Fieldbook Digs In
Our final edition of Fieldbook rounds out 2017 with stories from the field.
Up On Neal Creek
A shared interest in Hood River steelhead habitat is inspiring a unique collaboration
Saving Oregon’s Oaks
Three different projects throughout the state are part of a coordinated effort to conserve dwindling oak habitat
Land with Integrity
A New Tool Allows Our Land Stewards to Better Measure Ecosystem Health.
2016 in Review
Ten ways you made a difference for the nature of the northwest in 2016.
[In the Media] Land Trust among Oregon’s best nonprofits
We're honored to be named the fourth best small nonprofit to work for in Oregon by Oregon Business.
Where Adventure Meets Stewardship
The Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Fund has awarded Columbia Land Trust a $25,000 grant to restore salmon habitat along the Columbia River and its major tributaries.
Rooted in the Region
With the help of contractors, local businesses, and volunteers, we're planting upwards of 200,000 trees over the next 14 months.
The impacts of our restoration work can take years to manifest. Sometimes, it happens overnight.