Washington’s Chinook River empties into Baker Bay at the mouth of the Columbia River a mere six miles from its headwaters. What the river lacks in size it makes up for in the diversity of wildlife its wetland habitat supports. It’s a place where the history of salmon, the region, and its people are deeply…Read More
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Columbia Land Trust is thrilled to announce the expansion of the Backyard Habitat Certification Program into new cities in Clackamas County. The program is operated jointly by the Land Trust and Audubon Society of Portland. It currently serves all of Multnomah County and only one city in Clackamas County, Lake Oswego. Starting soon, we…Read More
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