Mount St. Helens

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.
Forestlands for All
Columbia Land Trust teamed up with a timber company and public leaders to avert a development crisis south of Mount St. Helens.
[In the Media] Our Pine Creek West Purchase featured in the Columbian

A crucial phase of our multi-year Mount St. Helens Forest Conservation effort recently came to fruition when we purchased the development rights for 3,095 acres of contiguous forestlands west of Pine Creek. The purchase permanently protects critical riverside habitat and ensures continued forestry on some 2,885 acres. Read more in the Columbian.

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Dome Deal
South of Mount St. Helens, a landscape logged for decades will become a great Northwest forest of the future.