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GiveBIG on May 5th and 6th

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Thank you to everyone who supported Skagit Land Trust during GiveBIG on May 5th & 6th. Because of you, we have nearly reached our $20,000 matching goal! We are so grateful for your gifts to the land.

If you didn't get a chance our fill out our survey, sign the pledge to join us for a future volunteer event, or make a donation there is still time. Scroll down to find links for these activities.

For 28 years, the Skagit Land Trust community of 1,500 members, 300+ volunteers, and 40+ partners have worked together to conserve Skagit's watersheds, natural lands, and wildlife habitat for the benefit of current and future generations. Skagit is known for scenic rivers, expansive floodplains, fertile agricultural lands, islands, native forests, and abundance of wildlife.

Together we have -

• conserved 8,350 acres through the Trust

• protected 44 miles of shoreline

• preserved an additional 1,689 acres in Skagit County through partner collaborations

• connected 1,000+ youth with Skagit lands each year

Nature offers us lessons in collaboration and interconnectedness. The work we do together to leave a legacy of a healthy, connected environment remains vital. Each day that unfolds is new, however one thing we know is that the beautiful properties our community has helped save will bring great joy and solace for years to come. The importance of these natural lands can be felt especially deeply at this time, as we turn to nature for respite, signs of resilience, and renewal.

Ways to GiveBIG in 2020

During these challenging times there are many ways to support the lands you love. If a monetary gift isn't the right choice for you and your family right now, please consider these ways to GiveBIG.

• Give a pledge to join us for a stewardship work party once stay at home recommendations have been lifted

• Give a shout-out to Skagit Land Trust by sharing a story from the Trust on Facebook

• Give a look to our Instagram profile

• Give a non-cash gift from your IRA, Donor Advised Fund, or by transferring stocks

• Give some love to the businesses and organizations that support Skagit Land Trust

• Give a thought to becoming a member of our Cedar Legacy Circle through a planned gift

• Fill out this survey to let us know how you are doing and the ways you are connecting with nature


Thank you to the members, partners, and volunteers who have supported Skagit Land Trust and local land conservation for almost 30 years!

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