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Giving Tuesday 2020

On December 1st our community and the world will be coming together to unleash the power of personal generosity to make a difference locally and globally. We hope you will join us. These days it is more crucial than ever to come together to support the lands we all love.

Your gift will also go twice as far! A generous member has provided a $10,000 match for all gifts that come in during Giving Tuesday.


Each acre conserved, shoreline protected, habitat restored, only happens because you value and care about the world around you.

When you make a gift during Giving Tuesday, you are providing the trees and plants needed to restore a property. You are creating the signs that allow visitors of all ages and multiple languages to learn more about these precious places. You are forging the trail, and ensuring woods around it will remain for generations of people and wildlife. You are protecting the Skagit River for all five species of salmon.

Your donation to Skagit Land Trust during Giving Tuesday, connects you with more than a thousand other members of this community, working together to make a positive impact on the nature of Skagit.

Consider a gift at one of the levels listed below and see the impact your support could make:

$25 - Install, protect and care for a native plant or tree$50 - Support one day of our wildlife monitoring programs$100 - Remove 20 square feet of invasive blackberries
$500 - Build 60 feet of new trail$1,000 - Install bilingual informational signs at a property$2,500 – permanently protect an acre of wetlands

8 More Ways to Join with Skagit Land Trust on Giving Tuesday


• Sign up to learn about future nature walks this winter

• Share your thoughts in this quick survey

• Spread the word about the work we are doing together by liking and sharing our posts on Facebook and Instagram

• Sign up to learn more about helping with our amphibian egg mass counts this spring

Email our Volunteer Coordinator, Stacy Dahl, to become a Land Steward Aide and help with projects on the land

• Present a friend with the Trust’s book, ‘Natural Skagit’

• Take someone you love to a Trust property and enjoy the beauty of nature

Email us an "unselfie" with the reasons you support Skagit land Trust

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