The mission of the JLTGG program is to educate the public about geology and its association with long-term land conservation.  The program offers presentations on topics of general public interest, and periodic field trips to important geologic features in the Jefferson County region.


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WebMaster: Paul Loubere (April, 2012)




The Jefferson Land Trust Geology Group is a volunteer association of local folks interested in geology.

We provide several programs each year to foster our community's general understanding of geology and the specific geology of our local terrain.  Our programs are open to the public

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The Jefferson Land Trust Geology Group


Featured Links:

Video of Elwa Dam Removal

Geology Field Trip: Olympic Mtns.

Geological Map of Washington

DNR publications

Paleoecology of the Olympics Area

Puget Sound Environmental Change:  Seabed sediments tell the story



Upcoming Events:

Oct. 3, QUUF 4 pm, Rising Sea-level: Projections and Coastal Impacts

Oct. 10 evening, JLT RainFest Auction at Fort Worden Commons, tickets:

Nov. 7, QUUF 4 pm, Seattle-Too high, too steep (new book), David Williams (Burke Mus.)

Nov. 14, 2:30-5pm, Earthquake Preparedness Workshop, Palindrome (RainFest Auction Event)

Dec. 5, QUUF 4 pm, Changes to Olympic Glaciers, Bill Baccus, National Park Service



Natural Art on North Beach Bluffs

Olympics Lillian Glacier in Forest Fire Smoke