News

Covid-19 Update – Phase 2

As Clallam County moves into Phase 2 of Covid-19 recovery on June 1st, Land Trust staff will still be encouraged to work remotely, per State recommendations. Though we're excited to begin gradually returning to our desks, the office will remain closed to guests and volunteers,… Read More ›

Conservation Breakfast Success!

Over the past three weeks, North Olympic Land Trust presented a series of three online events designed to stand in place of our traditional in-person Conservation Breakfast. Land Trust staff and presenters enjoyed learning new skills as we pivoted to digital platforms for the first… Read More ›

Olympic Peninsula Farmers Fund Generates Strong Support

As of May 15th, the community has raised over $42,000 for the Olympic Peninsula Farmers Fund, a program created to provide immediate support to small local farms that are struggling financially in the wake of Covid-19. North Olympic Land Trust and community partners North Olympic… Read More ›

2020 Conservation Breakfast Moves Online

North Olympic Land Trust is thrilled to announce that the planned elements of the 2020 Conservation Breakfast will be shared with the community in an online format! The 12th Annual Conservation Breakfast, one of two signature fundraising events for the Land Trust, was originally scheduled… Read More ›

COVID-19 Update #2

In accordance with the "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order from Governor Inslee, the Land Trust office is closed. Staff are working remotely at this time. If you would like to reach us, please use email or leave us a voice mail. We will get back… Read More ›

COVID-19 Update

North Olympic Land Trust is actively monitoring information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Land Trust has made the following operational changes: Beginning Monday, March 16, the Land Trust office will be open only to staff and guests with an appointment. If you would like to… Read More ›

New Land Manager Joins the Team

North Olympic Land Trust is excited to introduce the organization's new Land Manager Courtney Bornsworth, and share with you why she loves where she lives. "Growing up in Metro Detroit, I was surrounded by a sprawling urban landscape with natural areas few and far between.… Read More ›

2019 Community Survey

The team at North Olympic Land Trust is always looking for ways to better serve its communities. It is with this in mind that we hope you'll take a moment to fill out the following community interest survey. The purpose of this survey is to… Read More ›