Columbia Land Trust's mission is to conserve and care for the vital lands, waters, and wildlife of the Columbia River region through sound science and strong relationships. We work with urgency and with purpose because the time for bold conservation is now. The lands we protect and care for are vital, whether as working landscapes or as habitat for plants and wildlife (often both). Our 25-year Conservation Agenda guides our work, and our experienced stewardship team builds long-term management plans to ensure the landscapes we steward are healthy and thriving. This positive, relationship-based approach has helped Columbia Land Trust become one of the most respected land trusts in the country. To date, we’ve conserved more than 58,000 acres and we have more than 7,000 supporters. We operate on both sides of the Columbia River, in Oregon and Washington, and our service area stretches from the oak woodlands of the East Cascades to the wetlands of the tidal estuaries of the Pacific Coast.