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2016 Conservation Social a Success

Skagit Land Trust thanks everyone who helped make our annual Conservation Social on November 10th a fabulous success by raising over $24,000 for local land conservation! This year's featured speakers, author Ana Maria Spagna and sculptor Peregrine O’Gormely, shared compelling stories about land conservation, brought insight to their work, and inspired guests to see the beauty in our interactions with the natural world and each other.

This success would not have been possible without the generosity of event host Museum of Northwest Art; sponsors John L. Scott Anacortes – Bert Clay, Broker; Adaptive Law Firm PS; Terre-Source LLC; Cline Consulting; and Concrete Nor‘West; and all of the guests who joined us and made contributions in support of a natural Skagit.

Skagit Land Trust conserves wildlife habitat, agricultural and forest lands, scenic open space, wetlands, and shorelines for the benefit of our community and as a legacy to future generations. With the help of 1,300 supporting members, 400 active volunteers and dozens of partners and landowners we have conserved 6,900 acres of natural lands, including 32 miles of shoreline, and steward these special places for people and wildlife to enjoy today and into the future.

Molly Doran

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