Capitol Land Trust

Capitol Land Trust seeks to maintain the coexistence of people, wildlife and the natural habitats that sustain us all, by working with groups and individuals at the local level to protect and conserve important lands. Our work is guided by four strategic conservation goals. Our efforts are community based, locally supported and economically beneficial. By working cooperatively, and with support from its members and the community, Capitol Land Trust protects the natural environment by offering landowners non-regulatory alternatives.

The Trust conserves important wildlife habitat and natural areas by accepting donations of conservation easements and gifts of land, or by working with partners to purchase lands. The Trust also meets with and counsels landowners on these and other conservation techniques.

In addition to the satisfaction of protecting the unique natural qualities of the land, a donor of land or a conservation easement may also realize significant reductions in federal income, estate and property taxes. All inquiries to Capitol Land Trust are without obligation and completely confidential.


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Contact Capitol Land Trust

Contact Capitol Land Trust

Amanda Reed
Executive Director
209 4th Ave E
Ste 205
Olympia, Washington  98501-6967
Phone: (360) 943-3012


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Washington