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Phenology Files: July 2023

phenology fi-ˈnä-lə-jē n 1 : a branch of science dealing with the relations between climate and periodic biological phenomena (such as bird migration or plant flowering) 2: periodic biological phenomena that are correlated with climatic conditions. Perennial Bloom: Seaside Pea Authored by Zane Williams It’s… Read More ›

Volunteer Spotlight: Zane Williams

North Olympic Land Trust began over 30 years ago as a grassroots organization run entirely by passionate and dedicated volunteers. While the organization has evolved in those three decades, volunteers and the contribution of their time, generosity, and expertise remain the heart of North Olympic… Read More ›

2023 Farmer of the Year Open for Community Nominations

Food production has always been a defining characteristic of the north Olympic Peninsula. Local farmers, food producers, and gatherers are vital community members that support healthy people, healthy lands, and a healthy economy in Clallam County. In 1999, Friends of the Fields, a beloved Sequim… Read More ›

Phenology Files: June 2023

phenology fi-ˈnä-lə-jē n 1 : a branch of science dealing with the relations between climate and periodic biological phenomena (such as bird migration or plant flowering) 2: periodic biological phenomena that are correlated with climatic conditions. We are on the brink of the official start… Read More ›

Conservation for a Changing Landscape

Merriam-Webster. Retrieved May 8, 2023. (Link) As the Conservation Director at North Olympic Land Trust, I’m responsible for guiding the conservation priorities of the organization, based on the directives of our community and board. To do my job well I rely on data, field observations,… Read More ›

Phenology Files: May 2023

phenology fi-ˈnä-lə-jē n 1 : a branch of science dealing with the relations between climate and periodic biological phenomena (such as bird migration or plant flowering) 2: periodic biological phenomena that are correlated with climatic conditions. The Drums of Spring: Ruffed Grouse It’s early May… Read More ›