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Lorquin's Admiral rests on a leaf. Photo by Doug Gorsline.
We bring you this June issue of the Moss with racial justice first and foremost in our hearts and minds. If you missed it, please read Columbia Land Trust's statement against racism, as well as a message from Executive Director Glenn Lamb. 

Resilience Is In Our Nature

Enjoy our new film, a visual story of some of the communities in Oregon we see, work within, and learn from.

Released for Get Outdoors Day Oregon, our new film, Resilience Is In Our Nature, shares a visual story of some of the communities we see, work within, and learn from throughout the state of Oregon. Whether it’s putting a mask on and getting outside for a walk, learning how to thrive and grow while staying at home during a quarantine, maintaining balance physically and mentally in local green spaces, or keeping a small business afloat by staying open and serving food to the public—this is the fabric of what makes our neighborhoods, our cities, and our region a special place to live. This is our community. We hope to inspire you with this work. Watch the full film and read an accompanying message from Community Engagement Manager Dez Ramirez.

Black bear. Photo by David Moskowitz
Our 2020 Spring Fieldbook!

In this issue of Fieldbook, we explore how Columbia Land Trust is contributing to climate action, modeling conservation forestry, and building stronger communities. We also share our recent conservation success story and learn about author and ecologist Robert Michael Pyle's home waters, the Grays River. Read the issue!
During this time of physical distancing, show us the nature and wildlife you're observing close to home by tagging #FearlessNature to your social media posts!
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Upcoming Tours & Events

6/30/20

Ecoregion Virtual Tours
1:00 - 2:00pm | Free!
This summer we will be rolling out a series of virtual tours highlighting our work from five ecoregions in our service area. Each region will feature an interactive virtual discussion and exclusive content to enjoy. Learn more & register!



This Month


June is Pride Month
Connect with virtual Pride events, and learn more about the LGBTQ+ community leading in conservation, the outdoors, and beyond.

Together in Pride event calendar

OUT for Sustainability 


Explore the Stonewall National Monument

Did You Know?

Dunn's salamanders are lungless amphibians native to Southwest Washington. That's right, these critters don't have lungs and breathe through their skin. You can find these Dunn's salamanders under rocks in wet shaded areas along the edges of streams in forests. Keep an eye out! Learn more. 

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Header image: Lorquin's Admiral rests on a leaf, photo by Doug Gorsline. Black bear photo by David Moskowitz. 
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