The Jefferson Land Trust Natural History Society was founded in 2012 to foster active exploration, appreciation, understanding, and conservation of the diverse natural environments of the Olympic Peninsula and beyond.
Join us for a hike!
We regularly schedule hikes and nature walks to take advantage of our beautiful surroundings.
For information about our December photography outing at Anderson Lake, click here.
Several times a year we host a speaker for an evening event in our community.
We have held presentations on whales, the restoration of the Elwha River, fire management, butterflies, bird song, large carnivores on the Olympic Peninsula, bees and bats.
The NHS book club meets once a month to discuss books that deal with natural history, especially the natural history of the Pacific Northwest. To see our current book selection, click here.