Join North Olympic Land Trust for a special evening dedicated to raising funds for local farmland conservation. You will enjoy a multi-course meal made exclusively with local ingredients by local chefs. In recognition of those who tirelessly steward the land and nourish the community, the 2018 Farmer of the Year will be honored. For nearly two decades Harvest Dinner has brought the community together in support of farmland and all that it provides, including access to the locally grown food, open space and wildlife habitat. Proceeds from Harvest Dinner are instrumental in the Land Trust’s ongoing effort to conserve the lands that define this place. North Olympic Land Trust has worked with willing landowners and the community to conserve more than 520 acres of active farmland. Among the Land Trust's current conservation goals is a 132-acre farm in eastern Clallam County known as Wonderland & The 80. Wonderland & The 80 is one of the largest remaining swaths of land in active agriculture, and you can help keep it that way! 2018 Seats are on sale now! Visit https://northolympiclandtrust.org/event/19th-annual-harvest-dinner/ to reserve your seats today. Seats are $125 per person, or $150 after September 3rd. Tables seat 9 guests. Buy 8 seats and get the 9th one free. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible. Seats are not sold at the door.