It was delightful to celebrate with so many of you online at our virtual Fest. Together, we raised more than $210,000 to protect land and habitat forever, and the gifts keep rolling in! Thank you so much for your support.
The links to the high-resolution videos shared during the evening are below, along with some photos from the event — we hope you enjoy them.
If you made a pledge to give during our paddle raise and would like to fulfill it online, please use the donate button below. Or, if you’d like to send a check, please mail it to Jefferson Land Trust, 1033 Lawrence St, Port Townsend WA 98368. Thank you!
Below are the videos featured during TogetherFest in order of appearance.
Richard Tucker kicked off TogetherFest with the following welcome video.
Loni Greninger of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe provided this blessing for TogetherFest.
One of Sarah Spaeth’s favorite places is the Duckabush River, where the Land Trust has been actively working since 2010 and owns more than 180 acres of protected land.
Video by Plumb Productions
Marko and Hanako grow amazing veggies and produce award-winning kimchi and sauerkraut at Midori Farm in Quilcene, which the Land Trust protected in 2017.
Valley View Forest in Chimacum was protected by the Land Trust in late 2018. We hope to open it to the public in 2021. Eventually, it will be the entrance to Chimacum Ridge Community Forest if the Land Trust is successful in buying the larger forest.
The Rooted in Community video provides an overview of the Land Trust’s work throughout Jefferson County and highlights some priority initiatives.
Video by John Gussman
When he lived in Alabama, Richard Tucker was a founding member and board member of the Steel City Men’s Chorus. They recorded Bridge Over Troubled Water in the spirit of TogetherFest.
Thanks for your support of the Land Trust! We hope you enjoyed TogetherFest!