ANNUAL MEETING &
ZYLSTRA FIELD TRIP
About 120 SJPT members attended our 37th Annual Meeting, where they had a chance to meet our newly elected Trustees, hear project updates from Tim Seifert, and listen to historian Mike Vouri tell stories from the islands’ past. Added attraction: a sneak peek of Zylstra Lake. It was a perfect day to explore this remarkable place.
A VERY SPECIAL PLACE —
GO SEE FOR YOURSELF
Mount Grant is a very special place on San Juan Island. The Preserve is open daily to hikers. Driving access to the summit will be open, weather permitting from noon to 6 pm, on: May 8, May 29, June 19, and then each Sunday beginning July 3. If you have yet to see what all the excitement is about, take a drive or a hike and see for yourself!
Join our Stewardship team for the 2016 Fieldwork Fridays. From beach clean-up to trail construction to invasive species removal to painting a caretaker house, these fieldwork days are necessary to our stewardship work, productive and FUN! Meet like-minded folks and visit preserves on outer islands.
Founded in 1979, the San Juan Preservation Trust is a nationally-accredited private, nonprofit, membership-based land trust dedicated to helping people and communities conserve land in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. Recognized as one of the most prolific land conservation organizations in the country, The Preservation Trust has permanently protected more than 280 properties, 40 miles of shoreline, 21 miles of trails and more than 15,000 acres on 20 islands, including land now managed as public parks, nature preserves, wildlife habitat, and working farms and forests.