North Olympic Land Trust’s diverse and growing base of supporters cares deeply about conservation of the lands we all rely on to sustain the communities of the North Olympic Peninsula: the farms, the fish habitat, the working forests and the scenic and recreation sites.
Your support for North Olympic Land Trust makes you their ally.
By supporting North Olympic Land Trust you can build support for your business and be part of a legacy for this generation and those to come.
2019 Sponsorship Opportunities
2019 Land Trust Events
The 11th Annual Conservation Breakfast brings together about 400 community members and partners in conservation—including elected official, business and community leaders—to celebrate our local land conservation. The breakfast is complimentary to guests with an RSVP. March 22 in Port Angeles.
The 20th Annual Friends of the Fields Harvest Dinner
celebrates our community’s farms while raising funds to preserve them. This popular dinner features food created by local chefs using
ingredients from nearby farms. The dinner sells out every year with 240 guests and volunteers in attendance. Mid-September Sunday in Sequim.
The 22nd Annual Clallam County Farm Tour draws up to 2,000 local residents (mostly young families) out to our area’s farms to directly experience our local agricultural heritage. October 5.
Why businesses give:
Sound Community Bank
Natural Systems Design
We help you reach the right customers the right way:
Sponsors tell us their clients, customers and employees have expressed appreciation for corporate support of North Olympic Land Trust.
- Our website has more than 75,000 annual pageviews. All business members and
sponsors are featured on our homepage.
- Our monthly digital newsletter is sent to more than 1,500 supporters with an average open rate above 25%.
- Our Facebook posts reach a monthly average of 3,400 users.
- With an established reputation for community-focused non-partisan work, the Land Trust is a group that differentiates you from competitors who may indulge their personal partisan beliefs or self-interest rather than the long term good of the whole community.
2017/18 Business Contributors
- Alder Wood Bistro
- Bella Italia
- Blue Mountain Yoga+
- Cedar Creek Dental Center
- Chi’s Farm
- Coastal Farm & Home
- Country Aire Natural Foods
- Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival
- Dungeness River Audubon Center
- Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
- Koenig Subaru
- League of Women Voters
- Linda J. Melos, ND
- Maple View Farm
- Merrill & Ring
- Natural Systems Design
- Olympic Ambulance
- Olympic Lavender Company
- Olympic Peninsula Audubon
- Olympic Peninsula
- Peninsula Urban Forestry
- RS Schmidt Enterprises
- Sound Community Bank
- Sunny Farms
- Suzi Schueneman,
Real Estate Broker
- Waypoint Law Office
- Wind Rose Cellars
- Zenovic & Associates
(& dozens of additional businesses providing in-kind donations of goods and services)