32,000 acres conserved & counting

We care for the Northwest you love.

Our Work

Willapa Bay & Long Beach Peninsula
Number of Projects:
9
Acreage:
1615
Fact:
The green sturgeon of Willapa Bay are among the largest cartilaginous fish in the world, reaching seven feet in length and weighing up to 350 pounds.
Updates from the Field
Small but Mighty

  In late June, Columbia Land Trust permanently protected a small piece of land with significant importance to shorebirds and migratory waterfowl on the northern end of Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula near Leadbetter Point State Park. This 27-acre site, consisting of interdunal forests, lakes, and wetlands, builds on 120 acres of wildlife and fish habitat…

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Clark County
Number of Projects:
10
Acreage:
972
Fact:
In the 1920s, Clark County was considered the prune capital of the world, which was then the nation’s most popular breakfast fruit. Today Sutter County, California claims the title.
Updates from the Field
PICNIC at the LAKE

  WHERE Vancouver Lake Regional Park  6801 NW Lower River Road Vancovuer, WA 98660 WHEN Saturday, August 5th, 2017 | 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. FEATURING Nature walks for all ages Lunch catered by Tommy O’s Pacific Rim Bistro Details about our work to restore sandhill crane habitat in Clark County, WA Our annual meeting…

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Klickitat & Little White Salmon
Number of Projects:
12
Acreage:
5685
Fact:
Washington’s only native oak, the Oregon white oak, can live more than 400 years and support more than 200 vertebrate species, including the state-threatened western gray squirrel.
Updates from the Field
Columbia River Gorge
Acreage:
332
Number of Projects:
7
Mount St. Helens
Acreage:
12311
Number of Projects:
3
Columbia River–The Lower 80
Acreage:
2177
Number of Projects:
12
Portland Metro Area & Backyard Habitat Certification
Acreage:
358
Number of Projects:
7
Grays River
Acreage:
1706
Number of Projects:
11
Trout Lake Valley
Acreage:
290
Number of Projects:
3
The Dalles & Surrounds
Acreage:
553
Number of Projects:
3
Hood River
Acreage:
471
Number of Projects:
5
Elochoman River
Acreage:
660
Number of Projects:
4