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Conserving wildlife habitat, agricultural and forest lands, scenic open space, wetlands, and shorelines for the benefit of our community and as a legacy for future generations.

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Get Involved

Skagit Land Trust offers a variety of ways to get involved in local land conservation and stewardship, including:

Skagit Update News

Read the latests news by visiting our News Room. And Sign up for E-News to stay in the loop! Also look for us and like us on Instagram and Facebook.

Events

Skagit Land Trust offers a variety of fun events—from hikes and volunteer events to our fun annual auction—for members and non-members alike. Browse upcoming events.

Becoming a Member

Annual membership support sustains our work to conserve Skagit's special places now and into the future. Members receive our Skagit Update newsletter and invitations to special events and voting privileges. Learn more about membership.

Planned Gifts and Wills

Leaving a bequest of cash, land or other assets is a wonderful way to help leave a natural legacy. Look through our Planned Giving information or call Molly Doran at 360.428.7878 ext 202 for our Planned Giving Handbook.

Volunteer

There are many ways you can volunteer to help care for Skagit County's natural lands. Volunteer opportunities include stewardship events such as tree plantings; invasive species removal; trail maintenance; and citizen science monitoring, to event planning and community outreach activities as well as serving on our board or committees. Learn about volunteering with Skagit Land Trust.

Internship Opportunities

Skagit Land Trust offers various and unique opportunites open to high school and college students persuing internship credits and hours. Please visit our Positions page for more details and to review current openings.

Take Action

From time to time, Skagit Land Trust shares select Take Action opportunities with community members on important issues related to our mission of land conservation and stewardship.

Youth Program

Skagit Land Trust partners with non-profits, schools, and youth groups to offer opportunitites for local youth to visit Trust Conservation Areas to engage in land stewardship and develop leadership skills and a deep appreciation of nature. Learn about our Engaging Youth In Conservation program.

Buy a Natural Skagit

Natural Skagit is Skagit Land Trust's coffee table book featuring 200 photographs of the stunning landscapes, people, and wildlife of Skagit County, WA, with contributions from internationally renowned author Tom Robbins and Pulitzer Prize winner Bill Dietrich.

Protect Your Land

Learn about voluntary Conservation Easements , land donations and other ways that you can conserve your land.