July 5th – weekly land trust news

 


COLT’s weekly land trust news

July 5th, 2016

Tuesday greetings everyone,

This week is coming to you a day late with the holiday, of course.

As you can see, this week’s Weekly Land Trust news is coming from me rather than COLT’s Mike Running, helping to relieve some of the responsibilities during his tenure as interim-ED during Kelley’s maternity leave this summer. Hopefully all your spam filters are Ok with this change.

Besides the hope that you enjoyed a wonderful holiday weekend with friends (both wild and domestic) and family, please find this week’s news and updates for the land trust community below.

Warmly,
Stephanie Manzo
Summer Communications Assistant

P.S. We’ve added some new land trust staff that we are aware of to this email list. If you have new staff or board members you think would enjoy our weekly news email, please let us know or just have them sign up directly. Thanks!

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Oregon Land Trust News


Meet the ancient Sitka spruce Heshe (behind North Coast Land Conservancy’s Melissa Reich) — a beloved long-term resident of NCLC’s newest habitat reserve, Butte Creek.

Conservation job opportunities

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Upcoming webinars and conferences

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Recent Videos


Listen in as Ahmad discusses why he’s excited to work on trail enhancement projects along the Mulkey Ridge Trail on Greenbelt Land Trust’s Bald Hill Farm with his Oregon State University’s GEO 300 class.


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