On December 30th, the Land Trust acquired 374 acres of tidal wetland and upland forest along Seal Slough on East Willapa Bay, located just south of Lynn Point in Pacific County, Washington. Willapa Bay salmon and steelhead, eulachon (smelt), migratory shorebirds and waterfowl, black bear, and Roosevelt elk all rely on the area for habitat.…Read More
32,000 acres conserved & counting
We care for the Northwest you love.
There’s really no better way to immerse yourself in the nature of the Northwest than by taking a Columbia Land Trust tour, where we experience the natural world off the beaten path. In 2016, our trips sold out and we welcomed an unprecedented number of new faces out on the land. Hikers from all walks of life…Read More
On January 10th, Columbia Land Trust conserved 31 acres along Crooked Creek and the Columbia River at Grays Bay in Wahkiakum County, Washington. The property is situated just south of the Crooked Creek Bridge on Altoona-Pillar Rock Road near Rosburg. This acquisition builds on 120 acres of conserved lands owned by Columbia Land Trust upstream…Read More