Young woman standing in front of mountain lake.

Marlowe Moser

Stewardship Coordinator


Favorite local wildlife: Great Blue Heron
Favorite native plant: Broadleaf Stonecrop
Favorite local place: North Beach

While studying biology at the University of Puget Sound, Marlowe focused on her interests in local watershed conservation and connections between people and nature. After finishing college she dabbled in environmental education, fisheries work, and riparian restoration. Working on a Washington Conservation Corps crew sponsored by the North Olympic Salmon Coalition, Marlowe implemented restoration and stewardship projects across the Olympic Peninsula, many of them on properties protected by Jefferson Land Trust. She is honored to continue connecting with the land of this unique region and the people who live here through her work as Stewardship Assistant. In her free time, Marlowe enjoys painting, spending time outdoors, and cuddling with her cat, Mila.