CDLT

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AcronymDefinition
CDLTChelan-Douglas Land Trust (est. 1985; Wenatchee, WA)
CDLTCamera del Lavoro Territoriale (Italian: Chamber of Terrotorial Labor)
CDLTContinental Divide Land Trust (est. 1994; Breckenridge, CO)
CDLTCentre for the Development of Learning and Teaching (UK)
CDLTClan de la Tribu (online clothing retailer)
CDLTCentre de la Terre (French: Center of the Earth)
CDLTCaveau de la Tour (French wine distributor)
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The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust started in 1985 with a small number of volunteers and has grown into an organization with talented staff and over 2,500 local members.
The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has secured an option and funding to purchase approximately 100 acres of adjoining floodplain.
The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has committed some funding towards this project," Soper said.
The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has hired Curt Soper as its new executive director.
The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust will soon begin its search for a new Executive Director.
Both grants were the product of collaborative work between the City of Wenatchee and the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust.
Penny Carpenter, a member of the Leavenworth Rotary Board, Chelan-Douglas Land Trust Steering Committee, Washington State Autumn Leaf Festival Association, Northwest Ski Museum, Ski Hall of Fame, Daughters of the American Revolution, P.
The other finalists were the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust, NCW Business Loan Fund, Wenatchee Valley YMCA, and the Women's Resource Center.
Scull has a strong belief in supporting one's community and has been involved in several volunteer positions, including the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust.
Chelan-Douglas Land Trust Executive Director Bob Bugert and Communication and Development Director Sharon Lunz say the Wenatchee Foothills Campaign made that con-' nection in 2013--and, in the process, surpassed its $8.
Meet the board and staff and learn more about the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust projects.
The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust is a nonprofit working to conserve land, water and way of life.