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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Okanogan Land Trust conserves Olma ranch in the Okanogan Highlands

An article by the Okanogan Valley's Gazette-Tribune shares the story of the Olma family, highland cattle ranchers who decided to permanently protect their family ranch through an agricultural conservation easement.
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$451 Million Secured for Puget Sound Restoration

The Puget Sound Nearshore Ecosystem Restoration Project will receive $451 million from the federal government for Puget Sound restoration, as part of the bipartisan Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act.
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"Keystone acquisition" by Forterra in South Puget Sound

The Seattle-based land trust Forterra just secured protection of 17.6 acres of shoreline habitat on the picturesque Anderson Island of Pierce County. The Seattle Times called it a "keystone acquisition" by the land trust to
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2017 NW Land Camp

April 10-12, 2017 at Menucha

Join the preeminent networking and training event for Oregon and Washington land trusts and partners. Register today!

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