Returning Land in Honor of the Methow People

Most of our public lands today are carved from the ancestral homelands of Indigenous peoples who had their lands stolen from them–often at the hands of the United States government. Righting these wrongs requires trust, hope, collaboration, and visionary leadership that is willing to take risks to do what is right. We’re proud to elevate the recent work by the Methow Conservancy, the local land trust working in Washington’s Methow Valley, to acquire an important piece of riverfront land in the traditional homeland of the Methow people and return it to the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation without condition or restriction.