Tamanowas Rock is a site of cultural and spiritual significance for the S’Klallam people and other Tribes. In the 1990s, faced with the possibility that this sacred place would be destroyed to build condominiums, the Port Gamble and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribes partnered with Jefferson Land Trust to protect it. Permission given by Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe to photograph this sacred site; photo by John Gussman courtesy of Jefferson County Conservation Futures Funds, which helped fund the protection of Tamanowas Rock.
The Land Trust’s 2022-23 Report to Our Community is here! Each year, we publish our report to illustrate and celebrate the collective impact made possible by your support.
In this latest report, we explore the long-ranging impacts of our successful efforts to protect working agricultural lands in Jefferson County, highlight the achievements of our incredible volunteers, delve into the processes and tools we use to protect land for future generations, share exciting updates about the Chimacum Ridge Community Forest, and much more!
Click here to view a PDF of the 2022-23 Report to Our Community and read about the impact your support has had on local land conservation and restoration in Jefferson County.
Printed copies are available in our office in Uptown Port Townsend. If you’d like us to mail you a printed copy, please email info[at]saveland.org and include your mailing address.