Forterra is proud to announce that it is awarding a Community Restoration Grant to Tilth Alliance in Kirkland. With the funding, Tilth Aliance will engage 250 Indian American youth through Indian American Community Services youth leadership program. The youth will […]
Forterra is proud to announce that it is awarding a Community Restoration Grant to Whale Scout. Whale Scout channels the public’s interest and passion about whales into salmon habitat restoration projects to protect the primary food source of struggling orcas
Forterra is proud to announce it is awarding a Community Restoration Grant to Trout Unlimited in Issaquah to fund the ongoing rejuvenation of Tibbetts Creek, which has faced a formidable history of habitat degradation caused by coal mining pollution and
Forterra is proud to announce it is awarding a Community Restoration Grant to Partner in Employment (PIE) to fund the work of the Youth Restoration Training Crew, a paid training program for immigrant and refugee youth in King County. Partner
The health of the environment and the health of people is grounded in how land is developed, owned and managed. Forterra not only conserves natural spaces and working lands, we also invest in places where people live – because just like nature, our health depends on it.