Jay Kosa

Wildboy Creek Conserved
Columbia Land Trust conserves 1,300 acres of forestland to remove 55-foot dam and free Wildboy Creek in partnership with Cowlitz Indian Tribe
Look to Nature
Nature can be a companion and a source of peace and perspective in the days ahead.
Trading Forested Places
Columbia Land Trust is spearheading an innovative pilot program to bolster southern Washington’s rural forest economy and further conservation of old forests.
Wind River Reprise
Recent success on Washington’s Wind River conserves healthy stands of old forest and a stunning stretch of river.
A Canyon-sized Step Forward
With a grant from the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program, the final phase of the Land Trust’s Klickitat Canyon conservation effort is rounding into shape.
A Win-win on Hood River bluffs
Columbia Land Trust and the Hood River Valley Parks & Recreation District partnered to conserve 40 acres along the lower Hood River, with plans to add to city’s trail network