In partnership with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Land Trust conducted a restoration feasibility study for a large area along the north end of Livingston Bay. Read more to learn about the results and benefits.
Have you run out of ideas for how to spend Valentine’s Day? Why not let Mother Nature provide some answers? This February 14th, consider squeezing some nature into your Valentine’s Day celebration! Here’s a list of some Land Trust protected properties we think are especially perfect for a heartfelt hike: Beach View Farm – Hike […]
Thanks to amazing Land Trust members, we continue to protect cherished places on Whidbey and Camano Islands. Please enjoy this slideshow that captures the success!
Find answers to the 2023 Winter Newsletter Crossword Puzzle!
A huge THANK YOU to those who gave to the Land Trust during Giving Tuesday on November 29, 2022.
Looking to get out and take a walk on the new Walking Ebey’s Trail System? Check out the trail map below or learn more here. Enjoy your visit!
Realizing their own farm is an integral part of the Ebey’s landscape, Linda, a retired nurse, and John, a retired Navy and commercial pilot, sought the Land Trust’s help to preserve it.
Big shout out and THANK YOU to the Land Trust’s amazing sponsors!
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust is pleased to announce that Ryan Elting will become its new executive director in September, succeeding Pat Powell, who has held that position for the past 20 years.
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust has completed the most expensive acquisition in its history, protecting 226 acres of amazing coastal farm and forest on Admiralty Bay near Coupeville.