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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 ›

Bringing Together Community

On March 22nd, nearly 400 community members came together in celebration of the Olympic Peninsula's invaluable farms, fish and forests at the 11th Annual Conservation Breakfast. The collective impact of individuals was highlighted with more than $27,000 raised for local conservation! Thanks to the event's… Read More ›

Shoreline Conservation Collaborative

In partnership with 13 additional land trusts, North Olympic Land Trust has been working to conserve our region's rich and diverse shorelines. In 2014, the Shoreline Conservation Collaborative formed and has since enabled the conservation of more than 150,000 feet of shoreline vital to our… Read More ›

A Dairy Thrives Through the Next Generation

A Changing Hands story By ASHLEY ROOD Rogue Farm Corps Published in the Capital Press. February 20, 2019. “When it comes to transferring a farm to the next generation, success is temporary, but failure is permanent,” says Ryan McCarthey of Dungeness Creamery. Their ongoing success… Read More ›

Vote: 2019 Out Standing in the Field Award

Note: The window to cast your vote for this year’s Out Standing in the Field Award honoree closed Feb. 13th. A big thanks to the more than 350-plus individuals who submitted recommendations. The Land Trust is excited to share that the 2019 Out Standing in… Read More ›

A Look Back: 2018

The new year has begun, and we're excited by the land conservation and community opportunities already beginning to take shape. Before we get too far into 2019 however, the Land Trust team wanted to share with you some of the highlights you helped make possible… Read More ›

Your Support Makes Conservation Possible

As you look out over our community’s wide-open farmland or take a walk in the woods along the Dungeness, Lyre, Elwha or Calawah rivers, I hope you know you’ve helped protect some of these special places. Over the past 28 years, together we’ve conserved more… Read More ›

Land Trust Recognizes the Legacy of Harry Lydiard

Before his death in 2007, past Clallam County Commissioner and veterinarian Harry Lydiard, left a legacy of land and lasting influence on North Olympic Land Trust. “Harry has conserved more acres than any other individual with North Olympic Land Trust,” Tom Sanford, Land Trust executive… Read More ›