Our Spring Fieldbook Is Full of New Life
What does it mean to have a place? We explore this and more in our latest issue.
Growth, change, and new ways of life — welcome to our Spring issue of Fieldbook. This issue, we hear stories of what it means to have a place, and take a look at what our places look like — from tiny homes, to rock walls, to trees both dead and alive — our diverse places represent our unique yet united vision towards protecting places we love most, and making space for more voices in these conversations.
- Friends of Trees’ Anne Marie Santos shares her vision of inclusivity in the climbing world, and her love of planting trees in A Constant State of Gratitude.
- Arborist Brian French teaches us the importance of snags and wildlife habitat in Trees of Life.
- Take a closer look at our East Cascades Oaks Partnership and the community driving the work behind it in Saving the White Oaks of the East Cascades.
- Read our Coastal Conservation Roundup and learn about the progress we’ve made along the Columbia River Estuary this year.
- Love bees? So do we! This issue’s Species Spotlight features our famous pollinators of the Pacific Northwest.
Fieldbook is also available in digital format, and you can view the current issue cover to cover here. Interested in receiving issues of our magazine right 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 Doug Gorsline.