Our San Juan Islands

Conserve now. Enjoy forever.

The San Juan Preservation Trust works with our local communities and people like you to permanently conserve and care for special places throughout the San Juan Islands.

Together with our landowner partners, the Preservation Trust—a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization—has permanently protected more than 300 properties, 45 miles of shoreline, 27 miles of trails and 18,000 acres on 20 islands.

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San Juan Preservation Trust

We love our San Juan Islands Youth Conservation Corps! Applications for this summer's corps (for ages 12-18) are now being accepted.

If you'll be entering grades 7-12 next school year, like to be outdoors, and want to learn more about stewardship of our natural environment, this is a great opportunity. Go for it!The 2019 San Juan Islands YCC member recruiting has officially begun! Go to the Youth Stewardship section on our website to download and print an application today⚒️🌎 https://www.sanjuanislandscd.org/islands-youth-conservation-corps
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We love our San Juan Islands Youth Conservation Corps! Applications for this summers corps (for ages 12-18) are now being accepted. 

If youll be entering grades 7-12 next school year, like to be outdoors, and want to learn more about stewardship of our natural environment, this is a great opportunity. Go for it!

1 week ago

San Juan Preservation Trust

Bald eagles at American Camp on San Juan Island: "Bald eagles mate for life, and remind us of the power of our own bonds. Our pair here, lovingly named Bob and Bertha by locals, returned last week."The San Juan Islands had more than 125 pairs of nesting bald eagles at last count, one of the highest densities of breeding bald eagles in the lower 48 states. A nest is located here at American Camp at San Juan Island National Historical Park, just behind the visitor center. Bald eagles mate for life, and remind us of the power of our own bonds. Our pair here, lovingly named Bob and Bertha by locals, returned last week. Stop by to have a look, and to talk to Rangers Doug or Jeff about eagles in the San Juans. A pair of eagles in a tree Speaks of other truths to me. I see a bond that none may shake And only death itself dare break! Devoted to each other so, Yet year by year devotion grows, Through every trial that they share In togetherness and mutual care. By Jim Weller ... See MoreSee Less

Bald eagles at American Camp on San Juan Island: Bald eagles mate for life, and remind us of the power of our own bonds. Our pair here, lovingly named Bob and Bertha by locals, returned last week.

 

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