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Kelley's our Executive Director for the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts and has over 15 years of experience leading collaborative efforts that support conservation.

In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” ― Margaret Atwood

The Nature Conservancy. Table Rocks. Ben Herndon

Press release—Congress passes landmark bill to fund LWCF

By Kelley Beamer / July 22, 2020
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BREAKING NEWS: The House just passed the Great American Outdoors Act which fully and permanently funds LWCF!

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Arrowleaf balsamroot on the East Morraine

Press release—US Senate Passes Landmark Conservation Bill

By Torey Mill / June 17, 2020
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The Great American Outdoors Act clears the U.S. Senate, paving the way for passage in the House.

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Owens Farm at Greenbelt Land Trust

Press release—Celebrate Get Outdoors Oregon Day 2020

By Kelley Beamer / May 27, 2020
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Land trusts unveil a library of outdoor activities you can enjoy from home, to celebrate Get Outdoors Oregon Day on June 6, 2020.

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Governor Kate Brown visits Deschutes Land Trust property

Press release—Governor Brown visits local land trust

By Kelley Beamer / October 18, 2019
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Governor Kate Brown and First Gentleman, Dan Little, visited Whychus Canyon Preserve with Deschutes Land Trust, Latino Outdoors and Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts.

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Alder Creek Farm Gardners. Lower Nehalem Community Trust.

Press release—Wild Possibilities film

By Jen Newlin / August 15, 2019
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Wild Possibilities documentary film announced as an official selection for the Clatskanie International Film Festival & Eugene Environmental Film Festival

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Coho salmon. Rick Swart/Oregon Deparment of Fish and Wildlife

Press release—Oregon brings home $15m for salmon

By Kelley Beamer / July 30, 2019
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The state of Oregon has secured $15 million for salmon habitat restoration projects throughout the state.

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