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!
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.
Enjoy delightful images of island wildlife and natural landscapes in the Land Trust’s 2024 Calendar. It’s available now at local retail outlets.
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 […]
The Land Trust has a new opening for a Land Protection Specialist. Check it out and apply today to join the Land Trust team!
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 […]
Make a donation of $100 or more during GiveBIG, and you’ll automatically be entered into a drawing to win a $200 gift certificate for an outing with Whidbey Island Kayaking!
Not a Conflict – We Need Both! There is an urgent need for affordable housing in Island County, as in many places across the country. But is that need in conflict with all the Land Trust’s efforts to conserve undeveloped land and open spaces? Not at all. It’s a myth that these two crucial land […]
We’re looking for a self-motivated individual with experience or education in natural resources and an interest in land conservation to fill our summer internship position.
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.