Each month, Larry Fox makes a special visit to the Land Trust office to personally deliver a donation. He’s been making the trip every month since January 2015.
Spending time in nature offers an abundance of benefits that go beyond physical exercise.
Among dozens of exciting conservation projects the Land Trust is working on, here are just a few we expect to complete in early 2020.
The 54-acre Possession Sound Preserve is the Land Trust’s newest nature preserve. South of Clinton on Whidbey Island, it has more than a half mile of beach that will be open to the public in the future.
A raptor educator delivers an engaging talk about Ospreys during the Land Trust’s Member Mingle event in Coupeville.
The Land Trust’s 2020 Calendar is now available at various retail outlets in Island County.
Marilyn Vogel’s love for her forestland, its history, and how much it meant to her father is why she’s working with the Land Trust and Washington State Parks to protect it permanently as a home for wildlife.
Bob Laufenberg couldn’t have asked for a more willing participant to help him break in his new camera. “I think that day I took over 200 pictures,” Laufenberg said. “I would have to say the heron was a feature in all of them.”
Deer hunting at Trillium Community Forest opens October 12. Hunters must adhere to all Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife regulations.
The scissors used in the ribbon cutting were giant-sized, which was fitting. What better way to symbolize a project the magnitude of Barnum Point County Park?