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East Fork Illinois River
Added: Fri. Nov. 07, 2014
Added: Tue. Feb. 18, 2014
Added: Fri. Jan. 03, 2014
Good Oak Farm
Added: Mon. Dec. 16, 2013
Added: Wed. Dec. 11, 2013
The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts (COLT) is a newly formed nonprofit representing and serving Oregon’s land trusts. Its mission is to serve and strengthen the land trust community in Oregon. Oregon’s land trust community is working at local, regional, and statewide scales with landowners, communities, public agencies and other partners to maintain the state’s natural heritage and the economies it supports. COLT will accomplish its mission by strengthening public policies and programs that are supportive of land conservation, helping to build capacity within and across land trusts, and communicating to key audiences about the role of land trusts in conserving Oregon’s natural heritage and healthy human communities that depend on it. There are currently 18 land trusts that are members of COLT.
A new survey reveals that nearly nine in 10 Oregonians (89%) support the continued use of fees from offshore drilling to finance the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), which protects rivers, working forests and important land trust projects across Oregon.
Kelley Beamer, COLT Executive Director
Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts
322 NW 5th, Suite 312
Portland, OR 97209
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