Introducing our New Development Director

We are pleased to welcome a new staff member to the Land Trust team! Alex Wilson joined us this month in the role of Development Director. Originally from rural New Hampshire, Alex most recently worked San Francisco, where he was the Grant Manager at the… Read More ›

It’s time to sign up for your 2021 CSA!

Here at the Land Trust, we hope your new year is off to an optimistic start! Despite the current wintry chill, the 2021 growing season is just around the corner, and local farmers are actively planning for the busy months ahead. We would like to… Read More ›

Explore the Economic Benefits of Conserved Lands

The Trust for Public Land, in partnership with North Olympic Land Trust and Jefferson Land Trust, has released a study highlighting the importance of conserved farms, forests, trails, and parks on the North Olympic Peninsula as key economic drivers that generate hundreds of millions of… Read More ›

Creamery Continues Environmental Improvements on Conserved Land

Dungeness Valley Creamery’s dedication to environmental stewardship continues with the newest project on their conserved property along Towne Road. Dairy owners Ryan and Sarah McCarthy have been planning to update their antiquated manure management system since 2015. Up until this time, the Creamery has been… Read More ›

Wind Rose Cellars: Celebrating Six Years of Support

Over the past six years, community-minded Wind Rose Cellars in Sequim has generously supported North Olympic Land Trust by donating a portion of the sale of special wines from their collection. From 2014 to 2016, the featured wine was the Harvest Moon Cabernet Sauvignon, followed… Read More ›

COVID-19 Update on Nov 17, 2020

Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Clallam County and statewide, the Land Trust office is closed to visitors at this time. Staff will primarily be working remotely. We have real-time access to email and voicemail messages, so please don't hesitate to reach… Read More ›

Thank You for a Great Birthday Party!

Thank you to all those who joined us for our birthday event. It was a treat to celebrate with you! The Land Trust had a fantastic time celebrating our 30th birthday with a virtual event that was full of meaningful reflections on the past, present,… Read More ›

“Rooted in Community” Event a Success

North Olympic Land Trust was pleased to present "Rooted in Community - Celebrating our Local Bounty" on the evening of September 30th. The virtual event featured several elements connected to the incredible diversity of local conservation opportunities and benefits that we on the North Olympic… Read More ›