Climate action, restoration forestry, and community building: welcome to our 2020 spring issue
In this issue of Fieldbook, we explore the role Northwest forests can play in tackling climate change and how Columbia Land Trust is contributing to the growing restoration economy through conservation forestry. We catch up with author and ecologist Robert Michael Pyle to learn about the changes he’s observed during his years on the Grays River. We also share our recent conservation success story and hear from our Community Engagement Manager Dez Ramirez and Executive Director Glenn Lamb on building community and overcoming adversity.
- The Muse: In Search of Symbiosis by Executive Director Glenn Lamb
- Answers in the Trees: Part II in a Series of Climate Action
- Changes on the Grays with Robert Michael Pyle
- Jump-Starting A Coastal Forest
- An Update: 1,300 Acres Conserved at Wildboy Creek!
- Finding Community in Engagement
Fieldbook is available in digital format and you can read the issue cover to cover here. Interested in receiving issues of our magazine directly to your home? We mail copies of our publication to each of our members three times per year. Give to Columbia Land Trust today and you’ll be subscribed automatically!
Fieldbook cover photo by David Moskowitz.