Creating Great Communities & Conserving Great Lands
Forterra creates prosperous, vibrant communities and conserves natural and working landscapes in Washington’s central Cascades and Olympic regions.
Kitsap Forest and Bay Shoreline Block Conservation Celebration April 2014
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast Visionary Game Changer Award Video
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast Conservation Game Changer Award Video
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast Community Game Changer Award Video
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast video - How Forterra Works
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast speech by Gene Duvernoy
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast “why give” by Katie Collier
2014 Forterra Awards Breakfast Visonary Game Changer Award Video
A Conversation with Ron Sims
Federal Way Biking
Forterra’s work with the Makah Tribe
2013 Breakfast Video: What we do
2013 Breakfast: Gene Duvernoy Remarks
Martha Kongsgaard introduce Port Gamble
Maryanne request for support
2013 Breakfast Award Winners
2013 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Norm Dicks
2012 Conservation Awards Breakfast - Andy Wappler Speech
Port Gamble S’Klallam Singers, CAB 2012
2012 Conservation Awards Breakfast - Gene Duvernoy Speech
October 8, 2014, The News Tribune
By Kari Plog
Dead Man’s Pond isn’t a swamp from some pirate movie, as its mysterious...
Everett - October 16, 2014 Snohomish County and Forterra are pleased to announce that the 190-acre Port Susan Farms near Stanwood is...
October 8, 2014
Last month we asked folks to name something they do to sustain our region. The message was clear – all our members are...
October 3, 2014
Thanks to support from The Russell Family Foundation, Forterra was recently able to acquire five urban wetland acres...