Spring is a great time to get outdoors and experience the beauty of nature around us. Now you can visit a Land Trust preserve and play bingo for a chance to win sporty Land Trust custom apparel!
Each spring, enormous gray whales breach the surface of the beautiful marine waters around Whidbey and Camano islands. Island conservation is key to why these colossal cetaceans make the annual journey home.
We’re thrilled to welcome Janett Wingett of Camano Island and Michael Stansbury as the newest additions to the Land Trust’s board of directors.
Eric Lamers spent more than two decades carefully tending to his Camano Island forest making it healthier for plants and wildlife. As a tribute to her late husband, and to preserve the property their family loves, Jan Lamers worked with the Land Trust to permanently protect it.
Giving Tuesday is a great opportunity to give something back to the islands you love. Consider a gift to the Land Trust on Giving Tuesday, a global day of generosity that takes place on December 1.
Newly expanded to 58 acres, the Land Trust’s Elger Bay Estuary preserve on Camano Island is the site of one of the few remaining intact pocket estuaries in Island County.
Read about ways the Land Trust is working to mitigate climate change in Island County in our special climate change newsletter.
Enjoy delightful images of island wildlife and natural landscapes in the Land Trust’s 2021 Calendar. It’s available now at island retail outlets.
GiveBIG, Washington’s biggest online giving event for nonprofits, has expanded to two days this year: May 5-6.
Sunshine and blue skies provided an idyllic setting for participants of the Sea, Trees, & Pie Bike Ride on scenic central Whidbey Island.