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Conservation Breakfast 2022 Offers Rich Food for Thought!

Earlier this month at our 2022 Virtual Conservation Breakfast, more than 300 community members joined us virtually for Listening to the Land: Understanding the Indigenous Landscape of Jefferson County. Guided by moderator David Brownell, Executive Director of the North Olympic History Center and a Land Trust Board member, special guest panelists discussed the past, present, […]

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Reserve Your Spot Today for 2022 Virtual Conservation Breakfast

On Thursday, March 17, from 9-10:30 am, we welcome you to join us for Listening to the Land: Understanding the Indigenous Landscape of Jefferson County. There is no cost to attend this popular annual Land Trust event, which will be presented virtually on Zoom, so reserve your spot today! The S’Klallam, Makah, Hoh, Quileute, Quinault, […]

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Conservation Breakfast Showcases Voices from the Community

Quimper Wildlife Corridor Challenge Video produced by John Gussman. Earlier this month, at Conservation Breakfast, we were thrilled to celebrate 25 years of protection of the Quimper Wildlife Corridor with more than 275 Zoom guests. Guided by Nan Evans of KPTZ’s Nature Now, special guest speakers explored the importance of the corridor for wildlife and […]

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We’re Sharing a few Conservation Breakfast-Inspired Recipes!

Looking for a fun recipe to enjoy during tomorrow’s Conservation Breakfast? For anyone wanting to get a little fancy with a beverage or a locally inspired scone for Conservation Breakfast, here are a few ideas… Corridor Coffee We’re encouraging any coffee lovers who want to get a bit fancy to brew up this herbaceous coffee […]

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Reserve Your Spot Today for the 2021 (Virtual) Conservation Breakfast!

Sign up to join us online for Wildlife, Wetlands, and We the People: Protecting the Quimper Wildlife Corridor on March 18 from 9 – 10:30 am. Together we’ll explore the wild green corridor that stretches across Port Townsend from Fort Worden to Middlepoint, and its impact on wildlife and our community. We’ll celebrate 25 years of community dedication […]

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