Conserving Farms, Fish and Forests
The North Olympic Peninsula enjoys some of the nation’s richest habitat, natural resources and breathtaking scenery. North Olympic Land Trust has conserved over 3,000 acres of land that sustains the communities of Clallam County. We help local citizens protect the lands that define this place and ensure that they are permanently conserved for future generations. Learn more ›
GiveBIG 2016 – Grow Your Gift and its Impact
The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG is a one-day, online charitable giving event to inspire people to give generously to the nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life in our region.
Each donation made through the Seattle Foundation Website on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, will be partially matched by the Foundations’ ‘stretch’ pool! Last year, all donations increased by 10%.
Special Wine Release "2013 Field Blend" - May 11th 4-6 PM
We invite you to join us May 11th from 4-6 PM at Wind Rose Cellars for a Field Blend release party. For the past 2 years proceeds from the sale of Harvest Moon Cabernet Sauvignon have benefited the Land Trust, and today Sequim’s Wind Rose Cellars is pleased to announce that they will continue to support local land conservation with the new release of Field Blend Red Table Wine. The winery will donate 15% of the proceeds from each bottle sold to North Olympic Land Trust’s efforts to conserve local farms, fish and forests. Learn More ›
Dick Goin Honored at Conservation Breakfast
It was inspiring to have over 200 people packed into the Elk’s Lodge for the 8th Annual Conservation Breakfast as we celebrated this beautiful place we get to call home.
A true highlight of the breakfast was posthumously honoring Mr. Dick Goin with the 2016 ‘Out Standing in the Field’ Award. As Dr. Sam Brenkman noted in his comments, “Dick represented an all-too-rare combination of avid outdoors-man, deep thinker and ultimate conservationist who had a precise memory and a reverence for rivers and fish.”
At the breakfast, we heard an excerpt from Dick’s speech at the 1983 “Olympic Wild Fish Conference”. After the program many people commented to me about how much they appreciated hearing Dick in his own words. You can hear his full 25 minute remarks from that conference, as well as an introduction from then Olympic National Park Superintendent Roger Contor by clicking here.
To learn more about Dick Goin and his impact toward local conservation efforts, click Learn More ›
The Legacy of John Willits
John Willits was a personal hero to many of us in the Land Trust community and a local icon for land conservation. As we’ve reflected on the loss of our friend, we’ve been lifted and inspired by his legacy.
Where We Work
North Olympic Land Trust partners across Clallam County to conserve land for farms, fish and forests. We believe the community’s landbase is the bedrock of our culture, our economy, our homes and our daily lives. We all depend on this land, we make our livings and live our lives on this land, and we know that by conserving this land, it will pay direct dividends back to our own quality of live.
Explore the Land Online
This interactive map helps tell the story of some of the lands we are working to conserve. Learn more ›
Land conservation in Clallam County is made possible by hundreds of dedicated individuals, foundations and businesses pooling their resources to leave a lasting legacy and support private land stewardship. Our success also is enhanced by proactive coordination between governmental and private land management groups. Learn more ›
Business and Foundation Partners include: