- Adventure & Conservation Speaker Series: March 11 at the Olympia REI Marbled Murrelets: Recovering a Rare Bird with author Maria Mudd Ruth, click the banner to sign up!
- Watch the 10th Annual Conservation Breakfast On Air! Thank you to all Washington land trust supporters from around the state who attended and made this a successful event!
- Capitol Land Trust Earns National Recognition as an Accredited Land Trust! The accreditation seal recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national standards for excellence, uphold the public trust and ensure that conservation efforts are permanent. Click the banner to learn more. Photo by Terry Liberty.
- 145 acres conserved on Goldsborough Creek in Mason County Century-old conifers, shaded pools and streams form the heart of one of the most productive salmon-producing systems remaining in South Puget Sound.
After 13 years at the helm of Capitol Land Trust, Eric Erler is leaving the position as Executive Director to focus his talents and energy on collaboration with supporters and partners to build essential financial and other support for the Trust. We are seeking a new Executive Director who will lead the organization into our next 25 years, working closely together with Eric, the Board, staff, members, partners, donors and sponsors.
Please submit your letter of interest and resume by March 24, 2014 to: info at capitollandtrust.org.
Emmett Dobey Memorial Fund
Emmett Dobey was a longtime supporter, volunteer, and newly elected Board member of Capitol Land Trust. Sadly, Emmett passed away unexpectedly just before Christmas. We are shocked and saddened by his sudden death. To honor Emmett’s longtime contributions to conservation, Emmett's wife Phyllis and others suggested that we establish a memorial fund to recognize his commitment and belief in Capitol Land Trust’s mission and accomplishments. Capitol Land Trust is honored to announce the “Emmett Dobey Memorial Fund”. Donations to the Fund can be made by check to Capitol Land Trust, by clicking on "Donate Now" above or by phone at 360.943.3012. Contributions to the Fund will be deposited into Capitol Land Trust’s Endowment Account to continue Emmett’s work furthering conservation in southwest Washington.
I hope you will join me in honoring Emmett for the contributions he has made to Capitol Land Trust and our community.
President, Capitol Land Trust