Mount St. Helens

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.
Slow & Swift
Columbia Land Trust Realizes a bold vision more than a decade in the making
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.
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.
Forestry Fellows
The World Forestry Center’s International Fellows recently toured the Land Trust’s Pine Creek property to learn about conservation forestry.
As She Grows
A new film tells the story of the Mount St. Helens forest conservation project, Columbia Land Trust's largest conservation effort to date.
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.