explore ways to give
Our work wouldn’t be possible without the ongoing support from our community. With your gifts, Forterra can continue our work to ensure land for people, land for nature and land for good. Whether you’re donating one time or setting up a lasting legacy we believe philanthropic impact comes in many forms. Learn more below to explore how you can maximize your impact today.
Donate online through PayPal or credit card, or by mail.
Your contribution today directly supports our mission to innovate land-based solutions to address the climate crisis and support equitable, green and prosperous communities.
Set up convenient, reoccurring donations.
For many people, planned giving is their primary strategy for making philanthropic contributions, allowing them to see a greater impact with an ongoing contribution.
Maximize your long-term philanthropic goals.
A planned gift can maximize your philanthropic goals while meeting your financial goals. These lands are our legacy, let us help you plan for your future and the future of our region.
Explore opportunities to support conservation and engage your team.
Demonstrate your commitment to Washington’s lands while meeting your corporate sustainability goals and employee engagement opportunities.
evergreen carbon capture
Calculate and address for your individual or business’s carbon footprint.
Evergreen Carbon Capture provides a local option to address climate change through native tree planting. We work locally to address this global threat.
LAND CONSERVATION options
Discover long-term solutions.
Forterra works closely with landowners to determine the best approach to protects the land. This can range from conservation easements to selling or donating land.
Gain hands-on experience and get your hands dirty with a restoration project. Forterra offers single day opportunities or take a year-long role as a volunteer Forest Steward.
TRANSFER OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS
Promote conservation and growth.
A market-based approach that permanently protects land. Development rights from privately owned land are transferred to areas that can accommodate growth.