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Team members on conserved land

Moloka‘i Land Trust

Moloka’i Land Trust (MLT) is a local nonprofit conservation organization that owns and manages nearly 2,000 acres and 5 miles…

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Community members gleaning food

Aloha Harvest: Rescuing quality food to nourish and strengthen our community

Aloha Harvest’s dual mission is what makes them unique, simultaneously addressing climate change and food insecurity. Founded in 1999, Aloha…

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Aerial view of Columbia River

Anatomy of a Climate Victory: Perennial Fracked Gas Power Plant

Our grant partner, Miles Johnson, Senior Attorney, Columbia Riverkeeper describes this climate win: In summer 2022, Perennial Power Holdings LLC quietly…

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Oregon landscape overlooking the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. (Photo credit: Earth Justice)

Protecting Oregon’s Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Earthjustice’s legacy of 35 years in Oregon includes their new Climate Forest Campaign and vigorous defense of a hard-won 2019…

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Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke team building

Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke

Their programs offer dynamic, hands-on learning activities that nurture their participants’ success – in education and in life – while…

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A deconstruction team member from Re-use Hawaii in action. (Photo credit: Andy Stenz)

Re-use Hawaiʻi: Transforming waste into a community resource

Annually, 2.2 million tons of waste are produced on Oʻahu alone. Construction and demolition activity is the largest contributor to…

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Community members gather for Chiloquin's schoolyard project. Spayne Martinez

Chiloquin is the first: Trust for Public Land’s first rural schoolyard project

Chiloquin has a rich history and heritage. It’s the ancestral home and current administrative headquarters of the Klamath Tribes, and…

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The Owyhee Canyonlands

A model of collaboration in the Owyhee Canyonlands

Our grant partner, David Moryc of American Rivers, describes this special place and plan: The Owyhee Canyonlands in southeastern Oregon…

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