Put on your detective cap and practice your best selfie smile. The Land Trust’s Summer Photo Scavenger Hunt is now underway!
Until the Governor lifts or revises the state’s “Stay Home – Stay Healthy” proclamation, for now the Land Trust has closed our Greenbank office and cancelled all events and volunteer work parties.
A raptor educator delivers an engaging talk about Ospreys during the Land Trust’s Member Mingle event in Coupeville.
Coupeville Elementary School brought 59 fourth graders to Admiralty Inlet Preserve to take part in a full-day, outdoor learning experience hosted by the Whidbey Camano Land Trust.
The fourth annual Sea, Trees, & Pie Bike Ride appeals to all of the senses, including one more that makes this event unique: Cyclists are treated to a delicious slice of pie after their ride.
In an effort to do something a little extra in celebration of Earth Day, we hit the beach along the Keystone Spit near Coupeville on April 20 and participated in the community beach cleanup program.
A large gathering of volunteers showed up at Barnum Point on Camano Island eager to clean up debris to help get the property closer to opening to the public as a county park.
The job was colossal. A jungle of Canada thistle with mats of seed heads as thick as pillows greeted a group of mostly young men and women who came to Whidbey Island looking for a way to care for the land.
Each year, the Land Trust celebrates its volunteers in a special way by holding an event in their honor. This year, the Volunteer Appreciation Barbecue was held at 3 Sisters Farm in Oak Harbor. If success could be measured by smiles and laughter, this event was a hit.
Click on the image above to view an interactive slideshow capturing some of the best photos from the August 2017 donor tour of Barnum Point.