Tag Archives: Land Trust

Walking Tours by North Olympic Land Trust

Visit North Olympic Land Trust’s current conservation project, the 104 acre River’s Edge along the lower Dungeness River. These tours will give you a more in-depth look at this property and the impact it will have in our community. I know this time of year can get particularly busy so I’ve added a couple new dates for tours in the coming weeks and I hope you can attend. 

As the purchase of the property draws near, every gift from $100-$10,000 makes a difference! With 1:1 match, the donation you make today is doubled to help our community make this conservation opportunity happen. 

I’ve currently scheduled a few trips for the coming weeks. If you are interested in attending (and bringing a friend) please RSVP with me.

  • Thursday, December 5th – 1pm  (for folks that are first seeing this date with this email, sorry for the last minute notice)
  • Tuesday, December 10th – 2pm
  • Wednesday, December 11th – 2pm
  • Tuesday, December 17th – 11:30am

For each date and time, we’ll meet at the Dungeness Valley Creamery.

Come prepared for the weather and to walk about a mile on flat terrain (on the levee). Let me know if you have limited mobility, we can make a plan to suit your needs.
Thanks for your fantastic support for local land conservation, and I hope you (and a friend) can join us for one of these dates and see this amazing piece of property.

Tom Sanford – Executive Director
North Olympic Land Trust
602 E Front Street (physical address)
PO Box 2945 (mailing)Port Angeles, WA 98362(360) 417-1815 ext. 6
www.northolympiclandtrust.org

Legacy giving transforms communities. Please consider North Olympic Land Trust in your will.
If you have left the Land Trust in your will, please let us know so we can say Thank You during your lifetime.