Events

Upcoming Events

Trash Pickup Work Party in the Quimper Wildlife Corridor

Grab some gloves and tough work clothes and join us at a newly protected area of the beloved Quimper Wildlife Corridor for a trash pick up party. Leaving a legacy of land that provides a healthy habitat for plants and wildlife is worth every bit of grubbing in the dirt.

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Holly and Barbed Wire Fence Removal at Snow Creek Uncas Preserve

Snow Creek Uncas Preserve provides a deep forest refuge surrounding an important salmon-bearing stream. Please join us to remove holly in order to open up the area for native forest plants and processes. We’ll also don leather gloves to pull up old barbed wire fencing that no longer serves its intended purpose. Directions: Travel south […]

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Invasive Blackberry and “Stinky Bob” Removal at Illahee Preserve

An aromatic carpet awaits…of “stinky bob” taking over the forest! Help us reclaim the forest edge along our trails from the creeping mass of herb robert that is trying to take over. We’ll also dig into some blackberries that don’t belong to make space for the cedars and ferns that do! Directions: From Hwy. 19 […]

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Tackling Invasive Holly and Laurel Bushes at Chai-yahk-wh Preserve

Did you know that snags provide critical homes for woodpeckers and dozens of other birds and small mammals? These wildlife homes take many dozens or even hundreds of years to develop on their own. Let’s lend a helping hand by creating snags now, using hand saws (no experience or tree climbing necessary), to create homes […]

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Save the Date: 2022 Virtual Conservation Breakfast

Save the date and then plan to start Thursday, March 17th with a dash of inspiration at the 2022 Jefferson Land Trust Virtual Conservation Breakfast Event! The annual gathering offers an opportunity to learn more about community-powered conservation and ways to get involved in protecting the farms, fish, and forests of Jefferson County.

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Bye, Bye Blackberries at Duckabush Mid-Reach Preserve!

Join us at this special habitat preserve along the Duckabush River to dig blackberries out of a riparian forest to improve elk habitat and native plant diversity. Access to this preserve is tricky, and a short (couple miles) carpool is required from the nearby Duckabush Oxbow and Wetlands parking area. Please note that Duckabush Oxbow […]

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Removing Invasive Weeds at S-Curve Preserve on Lower Chimacum Creek

Pull on your boots and join us for a day of bittersweet nightshade and blackberry removal from along the banks of Chimacum Creek. We’ll be pulling the nightshade vine away from the creek itself, where it can grow into the water and mud bottom, creating a dense network that can block fish passage. Directions: From […]

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Save the Date: Annual Fest Gala

Each summer, Jefferson Land Trust hosts a gala fundraising event. The annual gathering offers the opportunity to gather in celebration and support of community conservation in Jefferson County. We hope you’ll save the date and plan to join us!

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