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GiveBIG 2024

Thank you to everyone who supported Skagit Land Trust during GiveBIG on May 7th & 8th. Because of you, we raised nearly $40,000 for conservation!

We are so grateful for your continued support of the lands, waters, and wildlife of Skagit County. This summer, we hope you can visit a few of the places you are helping to care for and conserve. Visit our lands page to see a full list of conservation areas.

Please save the date for our members picnic on July 21st. More information coming soon. We look forward to seeing you out on the land!

With much gratitude,

Your friends at Skagit Land Trust

Each acre conserved, shoreline protected, habitat restored, only happens because you are the kind of person who values and cares about the world around you. Thank you!

When you make a gift during GiveBIG, you are protecting land here in the Skagit. 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 GiveBIG, connects you with more than 1,500 other members of this community, working together to make a positive impact on the nature of Skagit.

Together we have -

conserved more than 10,000 acres through the Trust Conservation Areas, Easements, & Partner Projects

• protected 48+ miles of shoreline

• preserved an additional 1,689 acres in Skagit County through partner collaborations

• connected thousands of people with Skagit lands each year

For more than 30 years, the Skagit Land Trust community of 1,500 members, 300+ volunteers, and 40+ partners have worked together to conserve Skagit's watersheds, natural lands, and wildlife habitat for the benefit of current and future generations. Skagit is known for scenic rivers, expansive floodplains, fertile agricultural lands, islands, native forests, and abundance of wildlife.

Nature offers us lessons in collaboration and interconnectedness. The work we do together creates a legacy of a healthy, connected environment. Thank you for joining with us to do this important work.

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