Our Business Partners

We accomplish more when we work together.

In addition to collaborating with a host of Conservation Partners who help us protect and care for the important places of Jefferson County, the Land Trust is fortunate to have a variety of local business partners who share our vision and help us accomplish our mission by providing financial support and sponsorship.

Save the Land Business Partners:

Our Save the Land Business Partners generously support the Land Trust by donating a portion of their profits to us throughout the year.

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The Resort at Port Ludlow: Nestled on the shores of Puget Sound, Port Ludlow hosts beautiful residential neighborhoods, a boutique waterfront inn, a 300-slip marina, and a championship 18-hole golf course. The award-winning Fireside Restaurant offers sweeping views of Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the bounty of the local farms.


Finnriver Farm and Cidery: The Finnriver crew farms and ferments on 80 acres of organic fields and orchard in the Chimacum Valley, along a restored salmon stream on the north Olympic Peninsula of Washington. On the forefront of the Pacific Northwest hard cider revival, Finnriver crafts ciders that both honor historic hard cider traditions and offer fresh perspectives on the possibilities of the fermented apple.


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Port Townsend Food Co-op: The Port Townsend Food Co-op is a full-service organic foods market providing affordable organic foods to everyone-every day! A member-owned consumer cooperative, the Food Co-op has been serving the greater Port Townsend community since 1972.


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Adelita Jorquera, real estate broker and owner of Better Properties Tri-Counties LLC and Doug Remy at Fairway Independent Mortgage: Adelita and Doug were inspired by their daughter, Aloura Remy, who donates 50 percent of any art sold through her website, Alourasart.com. The couple works as a team, serving the real estate markets of Jefferson, Mason, and Kitsap counties. With Adelita fluent in Spanish and Doug an Ex-Marine, this dynamic duo specializes in serving local Hispanic families and veterans.



Chimacum Corner Farmstand is a natural foods grocery and nursery located on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula in the heart of organic farm country. They buy food and plants they believe are good for the body, the local economy, and the planet as close to home as possible. Then they sell them to us. While doing so, they also support the Land Trust.


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Wayland Constructive operates a small scale local sawmill producing quality, custom cut and kiln dried lumber products from forests managed by Jefferson Land Trust. This partnership pairs nonprofit foresight and vision in forestry with ethical, efficient, local production. Wayland Constructive believes in materials with a transparent history and value, that promote connection and understanding between the community, maker, and the land.


Our 2020 Business Sponsors

Jamestown S'klallam Tribe logo
7 Cedars Resort logo

Kristin Manwaring Insurance logo


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Sound Community Bank logo
Kitsap Bank logo
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Marrowstone Vinyards Logo
Port Ludlow Resort Logo
Finnriver Logo
Carl's Building Supply logo

Aldrich's Market logo

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Interested in becoming a sponsor? Please contact Sarah at szaxling@saveland.org or 360.379.9501 x 108 to learn more.