Man smiling in front of forested mountains

Trevor Williams

Field Technician


Favorite local wildlife: Varied Thrush
Favorite native plant: Skunk Cabbage
Favorite native tree: Western redcedar
Favorite local food: Huckleberries
Favorite local place: Olympic Peninsula subalpine habitat
Favorite activity: Exploring areas on foot, bike, snowboard and kayak 

Prior to joining the Land Trust, Trevor worked seasonally for nine years for the National Park Service and US Forest Service in wilderness areas of Washington and Idaho and the mosaic swamps of south Florida. He spent his time as both a Wilderness Ranger and a Wildland Firefighter. This came after a long stint in the finance industry, where Trevor quickly (but slowly) realized he’d rather be playing in and preserving our natural lands. Trevor and his partner Paige moved to Port Townsend two years ago, and easily fell in love with the local community and surroundings. In his free time, Trevor enjoys connecting every obscure bike/foot path, scouting out new routes in the mountains, fixing bikes, and playing pickleball.