In these challenging times, the community’s land base continues to serve as the bedrock of our culture, our economy, our homes, and our daily lives. We love where we live, and we know that the conservation of land for farms, fish and forests will pay direct dividends back to our own quality of life. In the past 30 years, the Land Trust has permanently protected over 3,570 acres of irreplaceable land in Clallam County. As we look ahead to the next 30 years, we anticipate evolving challenges due to climate change, population growth, and competing land use interests. The work of conserving farmland, wildlife habitat, and forests for future generations is more important now than ever.
We won’t be able to join together for an in-person Harvest Dinner event this fall, but the Land Trust continues to work diligently toward our community’s shared conservation goals. Your ongoing support is vital in these challenging times.
Our Harvest Farm Shares, previously available with a donation of $150 or more, were distributed on September 19th. To explore your Harvest Farm Share ingredients with a virtual cooking demonstration featuring local chefs Gabriel Schuenemann and Arran Stark, click here.