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24th Annual Farmer of the Year – Mark Bowman!!

North Olympic Land Trust is proud to announce its 24th Annual Friends of the Fields Farmer of the Year, Mark Bowman! This annual award honors folks and farms for their sustaining impact on behalf of our local farming community. It seeks to highlight those who… Read More ›

Live like a Mussel: Harvest Update

Endless waves crash against the mussels that cover Tongue Point. The incessant battering seems to strengthen the mussels, enabling many to survive 100 years. Like the waves slamming against Tongue Point, our community finds itself battered again by the insidious corona virus, bursting through vaccine… Read More ›

Phenology Files: August 2022

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. August is berry season! Here in Washington, we are lucky to… Read More ›

Phenology Files: July 2022

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. Did you know that approximately 2,500 orcas live in the eastern… Read More ›

Be Tax Smart This Summer

June is exactly the right time to be evaluating your investments, finances and 2022 tax burden, especially with recent market changes. Being tax savvy is an important part of meeting your financial goals. Donations to North Olympic Land Trust are tax-free, and can offer additional… Read More ›