Land for communities, wildlife, food systems, and more.
Forterra acts quickly to acquire land for good. We act strategically for critical ecosystems and consider the many ways land supports regional wellbeing, including economic opportunity, affordable housing, and city parks. Some of our work moves quickly to ensure community and conservation assets aren’t lost, while other efforts have taken over a decade. Some are grand, like the 50,000-acre Teanaway Community Forest, and others, such as slivers of Puget Sound shoreline, are small but strategic.
We’re typically working on dozens of conservation projects at one time. Learn more about some of our current initiatives here and subscribe to our emails for the latest updates.
This work takes many hands, and we’re almost always collaborating with others, including nonprofits, tribes, government, and community members. Collectively, we’re stewarding this place we love.