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Regional Land Trusts

Regional land trusts address specific localities or resources in the Pacific Northwest.

Cascade Land Conservancy

The Cascade Land Conservancy (CLC) is an entrepreneurial conservation organization known for its willingness to take bold steps in partnership with others to protect land. CLC’s focus is on King, Kittitas, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.  

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

The mission of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is to protect and enhance a 100-mile corridor of permanent open space lands along Interstate 90 from Seattle to Central Washington. It aims to promote a sustainable balance between population growth and a healthy environment. 

Pacific Forest Trust

Pacific Forest Trust is dedicated to enhancing, restoring, and protecting privately owned forests from community sprawl and other development pressures. It works to enhance, restore, and preserve the productive private forestlands of the Pacific Northwest. It maintains a center for stewardship forestry and a policy center for developing incentives for stewardship forestry.  

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation works to ensure the future of elk and other wildlife by conserving, restoring, and enhancing natural habitat.  

Washington Water Trust

Washington Water Trust works exclusively to restore Washington rivers by improving in-stream flow through the purchase or donation of water rights allocations. Often the trust works on small streams and tributaries where returning a small amount of water to the stream can make a significant benefit to salmon habitat. The Trust works with the Department of Ecology to place trust water rights back into the State Trust Water Rights Program.

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