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Celebrating 30 Years of Conservation in the Skagit

Since 1992, thousands of members have given Skagit Land Trust the inspiration and ability to save the lands and waters of the Skagit. In the last three decades, we’ve worked with the community and partners to protect more than 10,000 acres of forests, rivers and marine shorelines, beloved natural spaces and trails, wetlands, wildlife habitat, and farmland that make the Skagit so special. We want to celebrate with you on the lands you’ve saved for generations to enjoy. We have a series of events, tours, and walks we’ll be rolling out this year.

Upcoming 30th Anniversary Events:

Skagit Land Trust Sets Sail - Saturday, June 25th
2:30pm depart from Anacortes

Have you ever wanted to see Kelly's Point by boat, or learn more about Skagit Land Trust's island properties and easements? Or have a guided tour by Land Trust staff members to hear about conservation and restoration projects in your backyard? Join our Guemes & Cypress Island Boat Tour this summer!


Come relax and explore with Skagit Land Trust as set sail on a 2.5 hour boat tour of our properties and conservation easements on Guemes and Cypress Islands. We will have staff members on board to tell our story of being part of conserving Guemes and Cypress Islands, and answer questions about the properties and the Trust. Tickets are limited, so get yours now.

Pack your sunscreen, mark your calendars and join us as we set sail! Ticket form here.


Most importantly, we want to hear from you this year. Why is it important to you to protect and care for the lands and waters of the Skagit? What do you think we should focus on in the next 5, 10, and 30 years? We’ll be gathering your views at our events and online in the months to come. You can always email your thoughts to laurah@skagitlandtrust.org. Thank you for your love of the Skagit and your vision to save these land for tomorrow.

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