Like countless others in our community, Kellie Henwood’s work has suddenly shifted in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. In addition to being a member of Jefferson Land Trust’s board of directors and working as coordinator for Jefferson LandWorks Collaborative, Kellie is the Regional Small Farms Coordinator for Washington State University (WSU) Extension in Clallam, […]
For our community’s health and in compliance with Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home. Stay Healthy.” order, we have closed Jefferson Land Trust’s office to the public.
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Cody Wayland likes working with wood that has a story to tell. That’s why he, as the owner of Wayland Constructive, a creative full-circle woodworking shop with its own sawmill, is excited about Jefferson Land Trust’s vision to purchase the forested ridge above Chimacum in 2023 and transform it into a community forest that works […]
Thank You Volunteers! We’re continually humbled and amazed by the generosity of our community. Thanks to so many of you for sharing so much of your time and energy helping us achieve our mission. Thank you for spending more than 4913 hours of your valuable time in 2019 helping us accomplish so much! We couldn’t […]
When we get official notice that a new property deed has been recorded at the county, Sarah Spaeth, Director of Conservation and Strategic Partnerships, rings a special bell at Jefferson Land Trust’s office. This tradition, which started about 10 years ago, is our way of acknowledging and celebrating that another important place in Jefferson County […]
National accreditation is a mark of distinction, showing that a land trust meets national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Accreditation is a voluntary program administered by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. Jefferson Land Trust first earned accreditation in 2009. We renewed […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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