Wild Splendor 2020 Recap
Northwest conservationists came together virtually to celebrate our resilient nature, raising over $250,000 for critical conservation and restoration work
Columbia Land Trust and nearly 500 supporters from across the Pacific Northwest and beyond came together to view our livestreamed Wild Splendor program. Although our largest annual fundraising event usually takes place in person with sponsors, supporters, and local conservationists, it didn’t stop us from celebrating the accomplishments of the year and raising more than $250,000 in support of the nature of the Northwest.
Together we viewed the premiere of our new film The Witness Tree featuring our conservation work in the Grays River Watershed, learned about the impacts of your support from Land Trust Stewardship Director Ian Sinks, and heard an inspiring message of resilience from Executive Director Glenn Lamb.
We would like to thank our amazing and talented event emcee Taaj Armstrong. We would also like to acknowledge our sincere gratitude for our event sponsors, production team, staff, and Board of Directors who all make our work possible.
You can still make a gift in support of this year’s Wild Splendor. Your gift today helps us continue to accomplish meaningful and lasting conservation in the Pacific Northwest.
You can view our full virtual Wild Splendor program here.
Thank you to our 2020 Wild Splendor sponsors!
If you are interested in supporting Wild Splendor with a corporate sponsorship, please see our Wild Splendor 2020 Prospectus for details.
View the prospectus for details
Hahn and Associates, Inc.