Olympic Peninsula resting place

Surrounded by Giant Maple, Red Cedar and Douglas-fir trees, we own five acres of tranquil land on the Olympic Peninsula. Using soil from the Earth™ process, we’re restoring and conserving this land for future generations.

Having been historically logged, and now overgrown with non-native species, our Olympic Peninsula conservation land is our first restoration project.

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Having been historically logged, and now overgrown with non-native species, our Olympic Peninsula conservation land is our first restoration project.

Our conservation objectives are threefold:

(1) remove non-native species;

(2) reforest the land and reintroduce native species;

(3) protect this environmentally important land and watershed for the benefit of future generations.

Our conservation objectives are threefold:

(1) remove non-native species;

(2) reforest the land and reintroduce native species;

(3) protect this environmentally important land and watershed for the benefit of future generations.

While not currently open to visitors, we anticipate welcoming our first families from late 2023 once initial conservation work has been completed.

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While not currently open to visitors, we anticipate welcoming our first families from late 2023 once initial conservation work has been completed.

We look forward to welcoming families to this beautiful piece of land soon.

We look forward to welcoming families to this beautiful piece of land soon.

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