Happy Hour with Columbia Land Trust
Posted 01 January 2018
Astoria is a story about courageous journeys that fundamentally define the world that we live in today. Come hear about the journeys taken by a direct heir of one of the Astor voyageurs and the challenges that we all face looking ahead. Featuring Aja DeCoteau, Watershed Program Manager for the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission and Columbia Land Trust Executive Director Glenn Lamb for a pre-show discussion.
Complimentary snacks and a cash bar will be available.
Sunday, January 28
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Use the code "LANDTRUST" for $10 off a ticket to any performance of Astoria: Part Two!
(Not valid on Area 4 seating, student tickets, or with other discounts. Subject to availability.)
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About Chuck Sams
About Glenn Lamb
|Glenn has been active with Columbia Land Trust since its founding in 1990 and became Executive Director in 1999. Glenn currently serves on the National Council of the Land Trust Alliance, and is a past board member of the Alliance and the Washington State Parks Foundation, among many other groups. Glenn is a believer in the land’s ability to uplift the human spirit.|
About Columbia Land Trust
"Our lands have high conservation value, whether as working landscapes or as habitat for plants and wildlife. We work respectfully with willing landowners to either buy land or to help them place a conservation easement on their property. This legal tool permanently limits development or other uses on a piece of land, to ensure that, say, a family farm does not become a site for houses. Our stewardship team then builds long-term management plans for each place, based on the best available science, to ensure the land we own is as healthy as it can be." More info here.
Astoria: Part Two