North Olympic Land Trust’s mission is to conserve lands that sustain the communities of Clallam County. The Land Trust is dedicated to the conservation of open spaces, local food, local resources, healthy watersheds and recreational opportunities. Over the past 29 years, the Land Trust has permanently protected over 3,300 acres of land for farms, fish and forests.
River’s Edge, a 104 acre property bordering the Dungeness River. Upon purchase, 64 acres of the River’s Edge property will be permanently conserved as farmland, helping to preserve the strong agricultural tradition of the Dungeness Valley. 40 acres along the riverbank will be reconnected with the Dungeness River floodplain after planned levee setback. This renewal of prime riparian habitat will support salmon recovery and improve overall ecosystem health.The Land Trust is currently working to conserve
On Giving Tuesday, you can support the River’s Edge project by donating to the Land Trust’s Farm and Habitat Fund. Not only will contributions be matched through the #ClallamGives campaign, the Land Trust has secured an additional 1:1 match for all donations. Today, our community has the chance to invest in this unique opportunity to simultaneously conserve local farmland and restore valuable floodplain habitat for generations to come.
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