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Readying for restoration

Spearheaded by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, restoration at the Pysht River Conservation Area is set to begin late summer 2017. The 74-acre Conservation Area owned by North Olympic Land Trust is one of four access points to the river and its surrounding floodplain targeted… Read More ›

From cattle ranch to wildlife conservancy

“If you can only visit two continents in your life, then visit Africa twice,” Ken Campbell said while browsing through a select few photos from thousands taken during a recent trip there. Ken and his wife Mary are Port Angeles residents, but when they’re not… Read More ›

Land Trust partners with Olympic Theatre Arts for June show

Olympic Theatre Arts presents: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike  By Christopher Durang June 9–25, 2017 Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30, Sunday matinees at 2:00 at Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 N. Sequim Ave. Sequim, WA. Directed by Jim Guthrie This Tony-award-winning quirky comedy… Read More ›

National Park Exhibit completes tour in Sequim

“Piecing Together a Changing Planet” The National Park Fiber Arts Exhibit “Piecing Together a Changing Planet,” is on display at the Sequim Civic Center, 152 West Cedar Street, May 19 – June 30, 2017. On tour around the country since December 2014, Sequim is the national exhibit's final and… Read More ›

Sequim Irrigation Festival and its importance

Widely known for its sunshine and relatively little rain, Sequim and the surrounding Dungeness Valley that emerges from the foothills of the Olympic Mountains and follows the Dungeness River to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, contain some of the most fertile soils on the North… Read More ›

GiveBIG 2017 – Grow Your Impact

What is the GiveBIG? The Seattle Foundation's GiveBIG is a one-day, online charitable giving event to inspire people to give generously to the nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life in our region. Why Give to North Olympic Land Trust? North Olympic Land Trust is… Read More ›

Conservation Breakfast 2017 success

For the 9th year, Conservation Breakfast proved to be a great opportunity to gather with many of our partners and share in a celebration of our community's collective strides to responsibly care for local lands. We were delighted to honor the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and its Natural… Read More ›

Stewardship in action

The long, wet winter took its toll on the bridge at the Lyre Conservation Area. In February, a large maple fell across the roughly 1-mile trail that leads from the parking area to the mouth of the Lyre River and beach. The tree came down near… Read More ›

Supporting sustainability

Our work to help ensure both social and environmental resilience across the North Olympic Peninsula goes beyond land conservation because we understand it takes a holistic approach. This understanding drives the team at North Olympic Land Trust to support the growth of sustainable, community-centric businesses whenever… Read More ›