Women’s History Month 2021

  The Land Trust was proud to celebrate women's history this March! We shared a series of three interviews with women working in the Land Trust community, as well as facts and figures highlighting the role of women in the past and present of the… Read More ›

Women’s History Month – Meet a Farmer!

This Women's History Month, we are excited to get to know more about one of the amazing women of the local farming community - farmer Anna Swanberg. Anna runs Bent Gate Farms in Agnew, working to produce clean, sustainable, grass-fed meats for our community and… Read More ›

Celebrating One Year at River’s Edge

  This month, the Land Trust was honored and humbled to recognize the one-year anniversary of the purchase of 104 acres of farmland and habitat at River's Edge, in partnership with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe. Land Trust staff and board, as well as representatives from the Tribe, were thrilled to… Read More ›

Phenology Files: March 2021

Here in the Pacific Northwest, we are so lucky to experience real signs of spring in March. The plants that were budding in February are now blossoming and leafing out, with pollen beginning to collect on any stationary surface. Songbirds greet us in the morning,… Read More ›

RCO Director Kaleen Cottingham Receives Land Trust Award

Each spring, the Land Trust is thrilled to present our Out Standing the the Field award to highlight the work done within an individual or organization’s field of expertise that has positively impacted the North Olympic Peninsula and its communities. “This award allows the organization… Read More ›

Women’s History Month – Meet a Restoration Planner!

This Women’s History Month, we are excited to get to know more about an amazing woman who has made her career by working to conserve and restore fish habitat on the Olympic Peninsula. LaTrisha Suggs is currently the Restoration Planner for the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe,… Read More ›

Women’s History Month – Meet our Land Manager!

This Women's History Month, we are excited to get to know more about one of the amazing women of North Olympic Land Trust staff - Land Manager Courtney Bornsworth. As Land Manager, Courtney actively oversees the care and maintenance of over 800 acres of land… Read More ›

Phenology Files: February 2021

Our first full month of collecting phenology observations was a busy one! Just as we were starting to enjoy blue skies and buds appearing at the Lyre Conservation Area, a mid-February snowfall event covered everything up. It was easy to imagine that we were right… Read More ›

Join us as we explore Phenology

The Land Trust is excited to invite you to join us as we embark on a journey of observation, contemplation, and citizen science. We will be embracing the study of phenology on the Olympic Peninsula. What is Phenology? Phenology can be described as the study… Read More ›