Klickitat & White Salmon Rivers

Making the Whole
Our communications intern recently took a trip to a forestry property and returned with a reflective story on how the Land Trust's many tedious jobs make up the big picture.
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.
[In the Media] Field trip to the Klickitat River covered by the Goldendale Sentinel

An article in the Goldendale Sentinel detailed a recent outdoor education opportunity organized by Yakama Nation Fisheries and hosted on the site of Columbia Land Trust’s haul road removal project on the Klickitat River. On April 14th, 50 seventh-graders from Goldendale Middle School learned about salmon habitat, physiology and fish dissection, water quality sampling, and…

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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.
Room to Grow
Forest thinning efforts near the Little White Salmon river support the development of old-growth forest while producing lumber for local businesses.
Special Visit to the Haul Road Project

Columbia Land Trust had a surprise visitor on the Klickitat River yesterday afternoon.  Eileen Sobeck, Assistant Administrator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), was in the area touring salmon recovery projects with her regional staff and the Yakama Nation Fisheries Program when they decided to drop in on Columbia Land Trust’s Haul Road…

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