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The Entrance to Samish Island Conserved!

Thanks to overwhelming community support, Skagit Land Trust has purchased 50 more acres at the entrance to Samish Island and will manage this land as part of its Samish Island Conservation Area. The property protects 1,600 feet of marine shoreline on Padilla Bay and 900 feet on Samish (Alice) Bay. The Trust now protects 100 acres at the entrance to Samish Island and over a half a mile of marine shoreline.

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Celebrate Earth Day with SLT and iNaturalist

Join SLT in celebrating Earth Day by recording observations on iNaturalist!

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Conserving the Entrance to Samish Island

Skagit Land Trust has an immediate opportunity to purchase an approximately 50-acre property that serves as the entrance to Samish Island. This property is adjacent to the Trust’s recently conserved Samish Flower Farm. Click to learn how you can help!

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Confluence Property Conservation Easement

Skagit Land Trust and North Cascades Institute recently finalized a conservation easement on North Cascades Institute's Confluence Property at the intersection of Diobsud Creek and the Skagit River. Click to watch a video about the easement and the history of these two organizations.

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Volunteer Hours

Please report your volunteer hours here.

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2021 Annual Membership Meeting

Click to watch a recording of the Annual Meeting. See what we have accomplished together in the past year and learn about plans for the year to come.

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SLT Reads - April

Join us in April, Citizen Science Month, to read the book Citizen Scientist: Finding Heroes and Hope in the Age of Extinction by Mary Ellen Hannibal!

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Trumpeter Swans of Barney Lake

Last year we hosted early morning walks out to Barney Lake to view the swans and learn about these beautiful birds. Since that is not possible this year, we're sharing a "virtual swanrise" that you can enjoy in the comfort and warmth of your own home.

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Tope Ryan Conservation Area Expands

Read about the 4.5 acre expansion of Tope Ryan Conservation Area!

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SLT Reads - March

Join us in reading The Sun is a Compass by Caroline Van Hemert for our discussion on March 11th.

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