More than 800 acres of forest conserved in Multnomah County and a new trail section in Hood River
We’re excited to share our latest stories of conservation and community in our Spring Fieldbook! Learn how our partnership with Hood River Valley Parks & Recreation District led to the construction of a new trail segment in the Powerdale Natural Area, how land management practices at two sites are helping Pacific Salmon thrive, and about the conservation of almost 1,000 acres of forest in partnership with the Wiancko family.
This issue also spotlights the Pacific Flyway, and includes a reflection from Executive Director Meg Rutledge on her first six months leading Columbia Land Trust.
Cover photo by Emma Browne Media