We’re thrilled to share exciting Land Trust news and keep you up-to-date with our quarterly newsletters, including our informative Annual Reports. Enjoy!

Strategic Plan 2024-2028

Check out our new Strategic Plan!

New Employment Opportunity

The Land Trust has a new opening for a Senior Land Protection Specialist. Check it out and apply today to join the Land Trust team!

Bees In Your Native Garden

How You Can Help Protect These Vital Insects Bees are pollination heroes of the native garden. While non-native honey bees get all the attention, native bees (more than 600 species in Washington) pollinate the majority of bee-pollinated flowers, fruit trees and vegetables. Bees efficiently gather pollen from a particular species’ flowers and faithfully deliver the […]

Trillium Restoration Continues

A second round of thinning — to get to 125 trees per acre — is now underway.

Keystone Preserve Paid Off

We have some really great news to share with you! In less than two years, the Whidbey Camano Land Trust has fully paid off the beautiful Keystone Preserve property in Central Whidbey.

Share Your Input for the Future of Keystone Preserve!

What’s in store for the future at Keystone Farm and Forest Preserve? As we develop the management plan, we invite you to take part in the journey ahead by sharing your vision for this preserve! Click the button below to share your thoughts.

2024 Calendars Now Available!

Enjoy delightful images of island wildlife and natural landscapes in the Land Trust’s 2024 Calendar. It’s available now at local retail outlets.

Maximize Your Giving

Over 26 million people work for companies with matching gift programs. Are you one of them? Employee giving is a powerful way to contribute! Many companies match donations dollar-for-dollar or volunteer time (looking at you, Microsoft!), or even triple the gift (hello, Gates Foundation). Chat with your employer about your options to maximize giving! You […]

Bicycling Adventures on Camano Island

What did you love about your very best biking adventures? Was it the lack of busy traffic? The grand views? The variation of terrain? Your choice of interesting routes? An easy drive to the route? Camano Island offers all these features for all levels of bicyclists. This article will give you a general description of […]


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