November 7, 2016: Siletz Indians, Rally highlights, Forest bathing & more


The McKenzie River Trust recently helped the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians (CTSI) acquire 125 acres of ecologically and culturally significant wetlands on the central Oregon coast

COLT’s weekly land trust news

Monday November 7th, 2016

Hi everyone,

With post-Rally catch up and two OAHP listening sessions last week, I couldn’t quite manage getting this e-news out. So, this week’s has a concise bit of news and information for the past couple of weeks.

Speaking of the Land Trust Alliance’s Rally 2016, here are some highlights for those who weren’t able to attend this year’s excellent conference:

We hope you all have two important COLT dates on your calendar for December:

I’m sure there is more to pass along, but we wish to get this out to everyone today.

Hope this finds you well,

Mike Running
Communication and Outreach Manager

P.S. Anyone feel like some forest bathing in response to the political climate of late? We’re almost through it….


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