Columbia Land Trust Staff

Living Lab to Come
Newly awarded grants will help the Land Trust purchase wetland habitat for salmon restoration, as well as a future living laboratory for environmental sciences at Clatsop Community College.
River Wrap
Newly completed floodplain restoration along Washington’s Upper Elochoman River will benefit threatened fish species and other wildlife.
Volunteer Action Team

Like a little grit beneath your fingernails? Or how about spending an afternoon working alongside staff in one of our regional offices? Then you’re invited to join our volunteer Action Team. Action Team members receive emails featuring opportunities to participate in Columbia Land Trust office-based and hands-on field projects. Field projects have included burning slash…

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Nature is in Our Blood
Our Coast and Estuary Conservation Manager Nadia Gardner reflects on the role of Outdoor School in forging a lifelong love of nature.
Fall Backyard Planting Tips
Backyard Habitat Certification Manager Gaylen Beatty offers four tips for the fall planting season. It's a great time of year to build valuable wildlife habitat in your own backyard.
[Event] Wild Splendor 2014: A Night to Remember

On Thursday, October 16, Columbia Land Trust, along with 300 of our closest supporters and friends, celebrated Wild Splendor! The event, our biggest fundraiser of the year, was a true success – and a lot of fun. We watched the world premier of The River’s Will, a short film about our largest restoration project to date;…

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