NOHC Events for 2023

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and North Olympic History Center have partnered to bring you the "Learning Our Landscape" presentation series exploring the rich history, culture, and environment of the North Olympic Peninsula. Join us on the second Thursday of the month at 3 p.m. on Zoom as we use the tools of modern science, tribal ecological knowledge, and history to gain a better understanding and appreciation of this remarkable and resilient landscape. 

As the date of each event approachs, details including time and location will be posted on our Home Page, and our Facebook page.

For further information about any of our events, please call the North Olympic History Center at 360-452-2662 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Learning Our Landscape: Land Trust 101: Conservation Easements 

Land trusts help landowners protect their lands through conservation easements—voluntary agreements to place permanent restrictions on how privately-owned 

properties are used to ensure that important and unique natural features are protected. For over three decades, Jefferson Land Trust and North Olympic Land Trust have made a profound impact by working with communities across the Olympic Peninsula to protect places that define our local ways of life. Learn why land trusts offer a unique land protection model, how conservation easements work, and how communities can impact land conservation. 

Please join us on Zoom next week!

Meeting ID: 876 9827 5538 Passcode: 745304


June 10-11

Port Angeles Maritime Festival 

PA Maritime Festival




History Hike - Anderson Lake State Park

History Hike Reservations


Jun 17

 NOHC Potluck and Open House!