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North Olympic Land Trust is a non-profit conservation organization serving the communities of the North Olympic Peninsula. We are working to conserve the ecologically and economically vital lands of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington.
Join us for the 18th Annual Clallam County Farm Tour
The 18th Annual Clallam County Farm Tour is being held on Saturday, October 4th from 10am - 4pm. This year’s theme is “Farming for our Future,” with each stop on the tour featuring displays and activities about the ABCs of preserving our local farm culture: Adapting to climate change, fostering Beginner farmers, and Conservation of farmland.
Local climate organization Olympic Climate Action is supporting the event by providing a Farm Tour bike map and hosting WSU Jefferson Extension director Dr. Laura Lewis, who will be giving short talks about farming in a changing climate.
The tour showcases eight amazingly diverse farms, including organic lavender, u-cut flower, vegetable, and raw milk dairy farms, as well as a cattle farm and riding school, organic orchard and tree farm, a sheep farm with herding dogs, and a school with a budding farm program. There will be fun for adults and children alike: farm-fresh food, live music, and lots of family activities at just $10 per carload.
North Olympic Land Trust is dedicated to permanently protecting the landscapes
that make the North Olympic Peninsula a wonderful place to live and visit.
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