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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Shaw Island's Ellis Family Preserve will be open tomorrow (7/13) from noon to 4pm. Preservation Trust staff and volunteer docents will answer questions and offer guidance as you wander this amazing conservation legacy of Fred and Marilyn Ellis and their family. Hope to see you there!

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Shaw Islands Ellis Family Preserve will be open tomorrow (7/13) from noon to 4pm. Preservation Trust staff and volunteer docents will answer questions and offer guidance as you wander this amazing conservation legacy of Fred and Marilyn Ellis and their family. Hope to see you there!

www.sjpt.org/events

6 days ago

San Juan Preservation Trust

Washington Department of Ecology opened 300 Washington Conservation Corps positions! WCC members advance conservation in our communities by restoring ecosystems, building trails, and working on many other projects. Please share with the future conservation leader in your life.Help shape the future! Our Washington Conservation Corps is now recruiting 300 positions across the state. The WCC helps build tomorrow's environmental leaders today. Learn hands-on skills restoring streams, building trails, enhancing the environment, and helping neighbors in need. On Monday, several @ecologywcc crews are deploying to Iowa to help communities ravaged by record-setting spring floods in the Midwest. Find out more details, including how to apply: https://ecology.wa.gov/About-us/Get-to-know-us/…; ... See MoreSee Less

Washington Department of Ecology opened 300 Washington Conservation Corps positions! WCC members advance conservation in our communities by restoring ecosystems, building trails, and working on many other projects. Please share with the future conservation leader in your life.
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