Capitol Land Trust’s mission is to strategically conserve vital natural areas and working lands in the South Puget Sound and Chehalis Basin watersheds, for their ecological and community benefits.

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Lower Eld Preserve Stewardship Party

Lower Eld is a 58-acre preserve with 40½ acres of wetlands, and 14½ acres of forest. McLane Creek, famous for… Read More

Conservation Conversations: A Geologic Journey through Darlin Creek Preserve

Join local geologist Wendy Gerstel for a geologic journey through Darlin Creek Preserve. Wendy has been working as a geologist… Read More

Conserved Lands Hold Surprises for the Patient Birder

What a thrill it is to stumble across a bird species uncommonly seen in our area. At first you may… Read More

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