The economic benefits of conserved lands, trails, and parks on the North Olympic Peninsula

The North Olympic Peninsula is a vibrant place, with a rich history of cultural and traditional life, amazing wildlife corridors for eagles and elk, world class recreation, locally owned family farms, and traditional forestry jobs that inject life into local towns. Conserving farms, forests, trails, and parks ensures these communities are healthy and flourishing. This report analyzes the economic value of the conserved farms, forests, trails, and parks in the North Olympic Peninsula, which for the purposes of this report includes Jefferson, Clallam, and Kitsap Counties.

To learn more, download “The economic benefits of conserved lands, trails, and parks on the North Olympic Peninsula,” a special report from The Trust for Public Land.

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