We close out our year with a focus on climate action in the places we love
This issue of Fieldbook, we take an in depth look at natural climate solutions and learn more about how Columbia Land Trust is a stakeholder in this work. We head out to the Washougal River and spend some time at our latest project, Wildboy, a conservation opportunity area that is inviting a partnership between the Land Trust and Cowlitz Indian Tribe. We’ll also hear from some new writers this issue, including Backyard Habitat Certification Program Coordinator Rachael Steinke.
- Nature Knows Best: natural climate solutions combat climate change
- The Muse: Climate Action in the Place We Live by Stewardship Director Ian Sinks
- A River Returned Wild: Re-Wilding Wildboy Creek
- A Backyard Habitat provides a home for a tiny Oregon amphibian, stories by Rachael Steinke
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Fieldbook cover photo by Scry Eye Photography.