Conserve Your Land

Protecting your land is an excellent way to make a lasting difference for your family and your community.

North Olympic Land Trust works cooperatively with willing landowners and local communities to conserve the farmland, forests, shorelines and wetlands we all love for the years to come.  Our intention is to help protect the habitat, resources, and aesthetics that define the North Olympic Peninsula.   Our approach is successful because it is collaborative, voluntary and incentive-based.

North Olympic Land Trust uses two main tools to permanently conserve properties across Clallam County: land ownership and a land trust tool called conservation easements.

Learn more about the Land Trust’s conservation tools on our How We Do It page.

To learn more about how you can conserve your land, please contact Michele Canale our Conservation Director at (360) 417-1815 or send her an email at