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Preserving open space, working lands and habitat forever.

Jefferson Land Trust is an accredited, private, nonprofit, grassroots organization in Jefferson County, located on the stunning Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Save

Celebrating 30 years of community conservation in Jefferson County.

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FARMS, FISH and FORESTS FOREVER

From the shoreline to the timberlands, we are protecting some of Jefferson County’s most fertile farmland, richest spawning grounds and busiest wildlife corridors. Come with us on a journey up the watershed!

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Karen and Michael McKee

Generous Legacy Gift Will Make a Lasting Impact on Our Landscape

When Executive Director Richard Tucker answered the call from Michael McKee, he was astonished by the news he received. Michael was in the process of settling the estate of his late wife, Karen Rachel McKee — a former board member and longtime supporter of the Land Trust — and the Land Trust would soon be […]

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Tidelands to Timberline naturalist course alumni

A Great Turnout at the Tidelands to Timberline 2nd Alumni Reunion

Nearly 45 alumni of the Tidelands to Timberline natural history course, part of the Land Trust’s Northwest Naturalist Program, attended the second alumni reunion on Thursday, November 7. Alumni attending shared a potluck meal, caught up with fellow cohorts from their class year, met alumni from other class years, and enjoyed an informative and entertaining […]

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30th Anniversary Party

Lots of Guests and Loads of Fun at 30th Anniversary Bash

More than 150 guests attended our recent 30th Anniversary Celebration, held at the Old Alcohol Plant in Port Hadlock. After refreshments and a short welcome, guests who were gathered on the lawn overlooking Port Townsend Bay, were encouraged to share memories and stories from the land and many did. Read more about it and view […]

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Gene Jones

“Tamanowas Rock-it’s the most sacred place… It’s the home of our ancestors. Our spirits are there.”

Gene Jones, Sr., Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe
Libby Atkins

“To think that a place as beautiful as this will be here, undisturbed, and get to grow into an old forest again…That’s a big, big, big idea.”

Libby Atkins, former Preserve Steward, for Illahee Preserve on Chimacum Creek
Crystie Kisler

“My husband’s family has been farming in Washington for five generations, and the working lands efforts of Jefferson Land Trust give us hope that our boys and other youth of this county will indeed have farmland to work if they so choose.”

Crystie Kisler, Finnriver Orchard
Dave Rugh

“The Olympic Peninsula is the crown jewel among America’s natural wonders and deserves careful attention to preserve what wildness is still here. Because Jefferson Land Trust is a leader in the conservation of a large part of the Olympic Peninsula, I have looked to the Land Trust for opportunities to help in the preservation of this wonderful environment.”


Jefferson Land Trust Affiliates

Natural History Society
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Quimper Geological Society