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Welcoming Jane Guiltinan to the Jefferson Land Trust Board

Please join us in welcoming longtime Jefferson Land Trust volunteer Jane Guiltinan to her new role as a Jefferson Land Trust board member! “After a wonderful career working to help people restore their health and wellness and develop personal resilience, the Land Trust caught my interest because I want to make an impact on these […]

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Four New Members Join Jefferson Land Trust’s Board of Directors

We’re thrilled to introduce our community to the four newest members of Jefferson Land Trust’s Board of Directors: David Brownell, Tim Lawson, Julie Lockhart, and Ed Thompson. David Brownell moved to Washington in 2015 to take a position as the Cultural Resources Specialist for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, and in 2018 he was designated as […]

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Congratulations to Robin Fitch on Seven Years of Board Service and a New Role at the Land Trust Accreditation Commission!

After seven years of dedicated and inspired service, our friend and colleague Robin Fitch has stepped down from the Jefferson Land Trust’s Board in order to train as a commissioner at the Land Trust Accreditation Commission (LTAC), an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance that is charged with ensuring that accredited land trusts are […]

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Field Trip: Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial and MiddleField Farm

Land Trust staff, board members, and partners took a field trip to Bainbridge Island this month to tour the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial and visit an organic farm owned by the Nakatas, a Japanese American family with deep farming roots on the island. The trip was planned to coincide with and inform the Land Trust’s […]

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Board Member Spotlight: Lucas Hart

Lucas Hart is coming up on three years of service on the board of Jefferson Land Trust, but his interest in the Land Trust began many years before that — when he first moved to Jefferson County, in 2009. “I’ve always been interested in organizations that work on land conservation,” he says, “but I thought […]

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