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Virtual Arbor Day Walk at Siebert Creek Conservation Area

Facebook Live

North Olympic Land Trust is excited to celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day with a virtual nature walk, brought to you live from the Siebert Creek Conservation Area. This event will be presented LIVE on the Land Trust's Facebook page: Land Manager Courtney Bornsworth will guide us through the beautiful Siebert Creek property, which... Read more

2020 Conservation Breakfast Online: Cougar Research on the Olympic Peninsula


The Land Trust is excited to announce a rescheduled (and reformatted) presentation by Kim Sager-Fradkin, Wildlife Program Manager for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe. Sager-Fradkin, who is also a Land Trust Board Member, will discuss her cutting-edge field research on cougars of the North Olympic Peninsula. This presentation was originally part of this year's Conservation... Read more

2020 Conservation Breakfast Online: River’s Edge Celebration


On March 20, 2020, North Olympic Land Trust and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe purchased 104 total acres of farmland and habitat along the Dungeness River. With this purchase, River’s Edge will forever be conserved as farm and habitat. Read more here. The River's Edge purchase was made possible in large part by the generous support... Read more

Support Farms, Fish, and Forests Today!

  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.... Read more

Eat Local Month Olympic Peninsula


September is Eat Local Month on the Olympic Peninsula! The Land Trust is thrilled to be partnering in a month-long celebration of our fantastic local food community. We won't be able to hold our traditional Clallam County Farm Tour this fall, but we hope that the Eat Local campaign provides our community with a way... Read more

Harvest Farm Share Pickup

Everything you need to know about your Harvest Farm Share pickup! Thank you for your support of conservation of farms, fish, and forests on the Olympic Peninsula. We hope you are as excited about the Harvest Farm Shares as we are! Farm Shares can be picked up on Saturday, September 19th from 1-4 p.m. at... Read more

Rooted in Community: Celebrating our Local Bounty


Pre-register here, or simply just click this link to join on Sept 30 at 6:30pm! We are excited to invite the community to join us on the evening of Wednesday, September 30th, as we come together virtually to celebrate and raise support for the diverse bounty of the Olympic Peninsula. The event program features the... Read more

Happy 30th Birthday to the Land Trust!


  RSVP and leave us a birthday greeting here! North Olympic Land Trust is turning thirty, and we are excited to celebrate with YOU! Please join us virtually as we revisit thirty years of conservation and think ahead to what the next thirty years might hold. We will be presenting the annual Gary Colley Legacy... Read more



  Give a Gift Today GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, it has grown into a global movement that... Read more

Studium Generale – Ennis, A Creek Worth Saving


  Strategies for saving what stewards of Ennis Creek call “our last best chance of a salmon stream in Port Angeles” will be the topic for Peninsula College’s Feb. 4 Studium Generale. The virtual program on Zoom will begin with a showing of the film Ennis – A Creek Worth Saving. Following the showing, Friends... Read more

Women’s History Month at the Land Trust


  The Land Trust is excited to celebrate women's history this March! Stay tuned as we share stories of the many amazing women involved in local land conservation - past and present. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram as we celebrate all month long. stories Meet our Land Manager! Meet a Restoration Planner! Meet a... Read more