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Submit Bios and Travel Details for Land Trust Advocacy Day

Thank you for attending the third annual Land Trust Advocacy Day!

Please use this multi-purpose form to submit various requested information including a bio, photo, and/or travel details. If you haven't confirmed plans, please feel free to leave sections blank. Thank you!

Sample Bio

Please remember to include information about yourself AND your organization. Here's an example.

Glenn LambGlenn Lamb, Executive Director, Columbia Land Trust

Glenn Lamb has been active with Columbia Land Trust since its founding in 1990, serving at various times as President, Vice-President and Secretary, and since 1999 as Executive Director. Glenn has served on the boards of the Land Trust Alliance, Washington State Parks Foundation, and the Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership. Glenn graduated from the University of Rochester, NY with degrees in Natural Resource Management and Sociology, and has a master's in urban planning from the University of Oregon. Columbia Land Trust conserves and cares for vital lands, waters, and wildlife of the Columbia River region and envisions the Pacific Northwest as a vast fabric of vital and productive lands and waters that are conserved, connected, and cared for, ensuring a thriving diversity of life.

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Questions? Contact Sean Robertson, Advocacy & Outreach Manager via email or call (202) 800-2229.

Advocates Alerts

July 17: The House just voted 277-130 to pass the charities package! 56 Democrats joined their Republican colleagues to support charitable giving incentives, including the enhanced easement incentive - the second-highest number of defections after the research and development tax credit. Several others spoke on the floor in support of the conservation easement incentive, and other favorable charitable incentives. Thank you to organizations like Ducks Unlimited, CSF and others that reached out to Congressional offices over the last few days or alerted their membership of this important vote. Now, we pivot to the Senate.
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