Two Picnics: Double the Fun!

Author: Whidbey Camano Land Trust | 08/28/19
       

2019 Member Picnic at 3 Sisters Farm

Young picnic-goers are reacquainted at the Land Trust member picnic at 3 Sisters Family Farm near Oak Harbor on August 23. A second member picnic was held at Camano Island State Park two days earlier.

It’s always a joy seeing Land Trust members at our annual potluck picnic. This year, we doubled the fun, holding two picnics in the same week – one on Camano and the second on Whidbey!

If you attended one of the picnics, we hope you enjoyed it. If you missed it, there will be another opportunity next year!

Our first ever Camano picnic was held at beautiful Camano Island State Park. It was preceded by forest and beach walks at amazing Barnum Point County Park, where we also held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the new 167-acre county park. Not even a little morning rain could dampen the excitement!

On Whidbey, the Muzzall family once again graciously hosted the picnic on their lovely 3 Sisters Family Farm where the Land Trust holds an agricultural conservation easement. We were thrilled to honor our awesome volunteers at this fun event, too.

At each picnic, the food and beverages were wonderful. But the real treat was visiting with members and volunteers. We’re so grateful for what you do to protect the magic of Whidbey and Camano islands!

We couldn’t do these picnics without our incredible local business sponsors. Many thanks to 3 Sisters Family Farms, Austin’s Lend-A-Hand, Washington Tractor, Del Fox Custom Meats, Diamond Rentals, Candace Jordan/Keller Williams, Chris Renfro of Edward Jones/Coupeville, and Camano Plaza IGA Market!

Join us next summer at the member picnic nearest you!