In partnership with 13 additional land trusts, North Olympic Land Trust has been working to conserve our region’s rich and diverse shorelines. In 2014, the Shoreline Conservation Collaborative formed and has since enabled the conservation of more than 150,000 feet of shoreline vital to our ecosystem, economy and way of life in the Pacific Northwest.
We’re pleased to share several recently released reports from the Washington Association of Land Trusts on the impacts to date of this collaborative:
- Overview of Shoreline Conservation Collaborative Goals
- Collaborative Data to Date
- Puget Sound Shorelines for Salmon & Orca
- Summary of Shoreline Conserved and/or Restored since 2014