This issue centers our relationships with people, place, and purpose.
Our last Fieldbook of 2018 is now out! This issue, we take a few pages to explore the Land Trust’s relationship with place, people, and purpose and see how all of this impacts our goal of protecting our vital Northwest landscape.
- Communications Director Jay Kosa takes us on an underwater exploration of a Land Trust built salmon restoration habitat on the Elochoman River.
- Columbia Riverkeeper’s Ubaldo Hernandez shares his vision of community in the Columbia Gorge.
- The Backyard Habitat Certification Program and APANO find success in partnership in Vibrant Spaces, Healthier Places.
- Community-led conservation sets a solid foundation for the Land Trust to build its relationships upon in It’s All About The People.
- We check in with Community Engagement Manager Rahul Devaskar and see how he’s helping the Land Trust Rethink Conservation.
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Fieldbook cover photo by Scott Carpenter.