Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs
Forest Legacy Program (FLP)
Protect forests that are threatened by conversion to non-forest uses.
Conserve forests that are threatened by conversion to non-forest uses. Protect privately owned forest lands through conservation easements or land purchases to support opportunities to hunt, fish, and camp, clean drinking water, wildlife habitat, and forest products.
Give up development rights in the form of an easement or purchase.
Be in an area that is threatened by development.
One time payment based on easement or fee simple purchase agreement amount
Washington Department of Natural Resources
Information last updated on December 1, 2020.
Developing a forest, agricultural, or conservation plan helps articulate and prioritize objectives for landowners. These objectives can determine what type programs to search for. Supporting organizations in your area often provide free consultation and planning.
Interested in getting help sorting through all the programs? Find organizations in Southwest Washington that can help.
See how your land fits into the broader context of conservation, ecosystem services, and working lands values across the landscape. It could help decide which program is right for you!