Columbia Basin Trust supports 16 projects with nearly $650,000
From frogs to grizzly bears and creeks to lakes, habitats and species of all shapes and sizes will benefit from 16 environmental initiatives around the Columbia Basin. The projects are supported by nearly $650,000 from the Columbia Basin Trust’s Environment Grants.
“These grants will support people of the Basin to better understand and celebrate nature, study ecological changes taking place, as well as creating on-the-ground improvements to the environment,” said Brianna Burley, Manager, Environment with the Columbia Basin Trust. “Monitoring and restoration of sensitive ecosystems, land-based education built on partnerships with Indigenous community groups, and species reintroduction are just some of the community-driven projects we are proud to support.”
The Trust’s Environment Grants program helps fund projects that focus on ecosystems, water and environmental education.
Riverside Forest Walk Adds Educational Components
Connecting All Living Things (ʔa·kxam̓is q̓api qapsin) Through Outdoor Education
Conservation Efforts for Wetlands and Watershed Habitats
Restoring Grasslands for Ecosystem Resilience
Learn more about the Trust’s work in Environment.