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Washington Eddy Property

Property Description

Trillium Conservation Area is one of nine properties transferred from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to Skagit Land Trust in March of 2017. This aquisition of 1,024 acres expands the total area of lands managed by Skagit Land Trust by over one third at the time of the transfer.

Trillium Conservation Area was set aside for conservation over 30 years prior by The Nature Conservancy and other community partners who desired to conserve habitat for Bald Eagle and other species along the upper Skagit River. Trillium Conservation Area was part of the conservation of over 8,000 acres that now make up the Skagit River Bald Eagle Natural Area.

Click here to read more about the land acquisition between TNC and Skagit Land Trust in our Summer 2017 Newsletter. 

Conservation History



Click here for a Google Maps link to Washington Eddy Conservation Area. 

Aerial map of Washington Eddy Conservation Area. Map created by Skagit Land Trust staff.

Click on the map above for an enlarged image. Map created using NAIP 2017 aerial imagery. 

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Property Info

  • Type: Trust-Owned
  • Location: Rockport
  • Acreage: 17.75 acres
  • Date Added: This property was acquired in 2017.
  • Please visit this property!

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