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Karsyn is COLT's Conservation Program Manager.

Early dawn rises over the fields at Headwaters Farm. Photo credit Emma Browne. East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District

We’re Hiring: Oregon Agricultural Land Easement (ALE) Program Coordinator

By Karsyn Kendrick / November 20, 2023
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COLT is looking for a self-starter to join our team to support successful farm and ranch protection projects.

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Building Connection to Land & Culture: An Interview with Amanda Craig

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / November 7, 2023
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Amanda Craig is the Oregon Project Manager for the Trust for Public Lands’ Oregon Rural Schoolyards Program and a citizen of The Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians.

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Taking Action this Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By COLT Team / October 9, 2023
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Today and throughout the year, we invite you to join us in reflecting, learning, uplifting, and taking action in support of Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination.

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Introducing the Indigenous Land Relationship Fund

By Anna-Liza Victory / September 15, 2023
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The Oregon Land Justice Project’s new Indigenous Land Relationship Fund is now open! This small grant program was created by land trusts in Oregon to directly support Indigenous people in reclaiming and reconnecting to culture, traditional landscapes, and First Foods.

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Planting the Seeds for Land Sovereignty

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / September 9, 2023
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For Black Oregon Land Trust (BOLT), land is the foundation for relationship, freedom, and well-being.

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The Oregon Land Justice Project Visits Warm Springs

By Anna-Liza Victory / August 17, 2023
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In August, land trust staff and board members from across the state traveled to Warm Springs to build relationships and learn how we can show up for their community.

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