Land Trust debuts new sign by local artist

June 20th marked the completion of a great project the Land Trust spearheaded in partnership with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. In search of a local artist to create the main signage for the Land Trust building, the Land Trust collaborated with the Fine… Read More ›

Land Trust ED accepts the 5210 Challenge

North Olympic Land Trust Executive Director Tom Sanford is among the community leaders challenging themselves to be healthier throughout the month of July. Initiated by the Olympic Peninsula Healthy Community Coalition, the 5210 Challenge pushes all participants to integrate the following four healthy habits into… Read More ›

“Raise your hand” for the land

Planned giving is a powerful way to make a lasting difference for local land conservation. Knowing this, North Olympic Land Trust has launched a "Raise Your Hand" campaign to help ensure the Land Trust will meet the goals of those who have or are planning… Read More ›

A hike for all: Elk Creek Conservation Area

The Land Trust is pleased to share a recent article about the Elk Creek Conservation Area published on the website and resource: Disabled Hikers Real Information, by Disabled Hikers for Disabled Hikers By: Syren Nagakyrie Elk Creek Conservation Area is my favorite hike in Forks, Washington.… Read More ›

About GiveBIG

What is the GiveBIG? 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. This year, GiveBIG is on Wednesday, May 9th.  Why Give to… Read More ›

Leaving a legacy: what to know

Planning your will? Your legacy can be a healthy, thriving Olympic Peninsula where future generations salute your commitment to saving land. Thanks to a generous grant from the Benjamin N Phillips Memorial Fund, Olympic View Community Foundation and North Olympic Land Trust will host a 2018… Read More ›

Q&A with local artist Nathan Shields

In late 2017, thanks to the support of the Land Trust Alliance, North Olympic Land Trust partnered with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center to host a call for artists in search of a local artist to design and create the main signage of the Land… Read More ›

Power in citizen science

The 2018 field season for many local organizations focused on natural resources is nearly here. With this in mind, Land Trust staff and Project Coordinator Helle Andersen with the Clallam County Marine Resources Committee (Clallam MRC) recently discussed the benefits of a volunteer network, which would connect volunteers… Read More ›

2017 Year in review

  Already nearly a month into 2018, we thought a look back at the past year would help to remind us where we've been and what, together, we're building toward. Last year was full of exciting opportunities, successes and unprecedented challenges. Here are just a… Read More ›