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’s lengthiest and most dramatic restoration project to date is the Klickitat River Haul Road project north of Klickitat, Washington. Together the Yakama Nation Fisheries Program and the Land Trust set out more than fifteen years ago to free one of Washington’s longest undammed rivers from a failed and washed out logging…Read More
While Columbia Land Trust works to restore sweeping landscapes and wildlife habitat outside of the city, thousands of urban dwellers enrolled in the Backyard Habitat Certification Program are working to restore their properties to native landscapes that benefit both people and wildlife. Join us at Hopworks Urban Brewery for tasty brews and snacks before touring…Read More