Uniting Washington land trusts for our land and future

The Washington Association of Land Trusts (WALT) is a collective voice for our state’s land conservation organizations. Together, we work to protect the lands and waters that define our Northwest way of life.

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2020 Legislative Wrap Up

Washington's 66th legislative session closed on Thursday, March 12th. This session was described as a "storms of bills", with a relatively large number of legislative proposals introduced for only a 60-day short session. This meant
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Getting creative in Kitsap

Great Peninsula Conservancy and Hood Canal Coordinating Council partner to conserve and restore Big Beef tidelands. A conservation partnership has protected 12 acres of tidelands and uplands on Hood Canal near Seabeck. Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC),
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Multi-benefits in Chelan County

Posted by Kalie Drago The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has recently purchased a sprawling 73 acres along Kahler Creek and Nason Creek. The acquisition is an effort for the Land Trust to protect salmon habitat and to
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NW Land Camp 2019

June 17-20, 2019

This is not your ordinary conference. Land Camp focuses on relationship building, peer learning, and dynamic and interactive workshops to further the work of the Northwest conservation community. This year’s Land Camp will find us on the beautiful campus of Whitman College in Walla Walla, the heart of Washington’s wine country.

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