Jefferson Land Trust has relied on the generosity, support, and skills of hundreds of dedicated volunteers since our beginnings as a grassroots, community-powered organization more than three decades ago. This Valentine’s Day, as we celebrate the amazing contributions of all our volunteers, we’re honored to pay special tribute to two who have served the Land […]
Please join us in welcoming the newest member of the Jefferson Land Trust staff: Marlowe Moser! As our full-time Stewardship Assistant, Marlowe will work with the Stewardship Team, Land Trust partners and landowners, and our wonderful volunteers to monitor and support the management and oversight of the Land Trust’s conservation easements. While studying biology at […]
Jefferson Land Trust is currently seeking a wetland consultant or scientist to help us develop a Wetland Health Assessment that will provide information necessary to make decisions about how best to steward our protected wetlands. Regular monitoring of current conditions and habitat health is critical to our stewardship of the special places we protect. Over […]
Please join us in welcoming not one, but two new staff members to brand-new positions at the Land Trust: Tali Hamilton, Stewardship Assistant, and Lilly Schneider, Communications Coordinator! As our half-time Stewardship Assistant, Tali will work with the Stewardship Team, Land Trust partners and landowners, and our incredible volunteers to monitor and support the management […]
Seven high school students — three young women and four young men from four local schools — spent their spring break with us, learning and working on the land. During their stint as the 2019 Land Trust Youth Corps crew, they learned, hands-on, about land stewardship. We interwove lessons on topics like forest health, beaver […]
By Clif Trolin, S-Curve Preserve Volunteer Preserve Steward When I heard the Land Trust Alliance’s Executive Vice President Wendy Jackson speak at our Conservation Breakfast last year, I was struck by the point she raised at the end of her presentation. She said that Land Trusts know how to deal with preserving land, but how […]
Thanks to funding from the Department of Defense and the generosity of our community, the Land Trust was able to purchase 51 acres on Marrowstone Island on October 31, 2018. Getting to Know and Caring for the Preserve Since then, we’ve been getting to know the property and our new neighbors, gathering community input and […]
Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Blaise Sullivan, the newest member of the Land Trust team. She’s recently joined us as Conservation Assistant — a newly created position. In this role, Blaise will split her time assisting Sarah Spaeth with land protection projects and helping Erik Kingfisher and Carrie Clendaniel care for […]
A big shout out to the Department of Corrections Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women work crew for their dedicated stewardship work on the Duckabush.
We have an opening for a Field Intern through the Veterans Conservation Corps. This 40-hour per week position provides a military veteran with an opportunity to gain skills in local ecology, natural resource management, volunteer leadership, field safety, record-keeping and more. Position is open until filled – Apply soon!