Please join us Saturday morning for North Olympic Land Trust’s 28th Annual Meeting (RSVP below).
This yearly community gathering is an opportunity to hear about upcoming projects, recent successes, and challenges surrounding local land conservation. In addition to providing you with an organizational update, you’re encouraged to talk with Land Trust staff, Board and committee members; ask questions; share ideas; and provide feedback on the focus and direction of ongoing conservation efforts.
We’re excited to host Bernard Bormann, director of University of Washington’s Olympic Natural Resources Center in Forks, as well as a professor of forest ecology and physiology at the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, as this year’s keynote speaker. Dedicated to “researching and developing creative win-win solutions to improve both ecologic and community wellbeing especially in rural human-forest ecosystems,” Bernard will share a bit about the innovative research underway for forest stewardship and emerging models in connection with conservation.
Guest also are invited to join the Land Trust team in honoring this year’s Gary Colley Legacy Award recipient. This annual award is presented to those who have proven instrumental to the Land Trust’s continual growth and evolution.
Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Feel free to contact Alana at email@example.com or (360) 417-1815 ext.3 for more information or with questions.