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.

We acknowledge that we reside on the ancestral lands and waters of the Coast Salish people, who have called this place home since time immemorial, and we honor the inherent, aboriginal, and treaty rights that have been passed down from generation to generation.

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To the awesome folks who became valued members of the San Juan Preservation Trust during our Annual Campaign and/or #GivingTuesday—THANK YOU!

Supporting our conservation work is the single most effective way you can help protect the natural health and beauty of the San Juan Islands. 🤩

Sunset Beach, Vendovi Island Preserve | Staff archive
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To the awesome folks who became valued members of the San Juan Preservation Trust during our Annual Campaign and/or #GivingTuesday—THANK YOU!

Supporting our conservation work is the single most effective way you can help protect the natural health and beauty of the San Juan Islands. 🤩

Sunset Beach, Vendovi Island Preserve | Staff archive

Can you believe that in 1963 there were only 417 known bald eagle nesting pairs in the lower 48—and now there are more than 71,400? Thanks to decades of habitat protection, extensive conservation efforts, and more—our beloved national symbol is prosperous once again.

Bald eagle recovery is a prime example of what can happen with successful conservation. In fact, our organization was partially founded on the desire to protect an eagles nest in San Juan Valley.

Join us to help protect special places on our island archipelago where wildlife can thrive. It’s not too late to make a gift during #GivingTuesday!

To give, visit:

Eagle pair, Orcas Island | Sheila Bolka
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Can you believe that in 1963 there were only 417 known bald eagle nesting pairs in the lower 48—and now there are more than 71,400? Thanks to decades of habitat protection, extensive conservation efforts, and more—our beloved national symbol is prosperous once again.

Bald eagle recovery is a prime example of what can happen with successful conservation. In fact, our organization was partially founded on the desire to protect an eagles nest in San Juan Valley.

Join us to help protect special places on our island archipelago where wildlife can thrive. It’s not too late to make a gift during #GivingTuesday! 

To give, visit: https://www.givebigwa.org/sjpt

Eagle pair, Orcas Island | Sheila Bolka

Participate in #GivingTuesday to protect the San Juan Islands for generations to come.

“Let us leave a splendid legacy for our children… let us turn to them and say, this you inherit: guard it well, for it is far more precious than money… and once destroyed, nature's beauty cannot be repurchased at any price.” - Ansel Adams

We so appreciate any and all gifts!
Click here to give:

Mount Grant Preserve (141 acres protected on SJI) | J.K. Fox
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Participate in #GivingTuesday to protect the San Juan Islands for generations to come.

“Let us leave a splendid legacy for our children… let us turn to them and say, this you inherit: guard it well, for it is far more precious than money… and once destroyed, natures beauty cannot be repurchased at any price.” - Ansel Adams

We so appreciate any and all gifts! 
Click here to give: https://www.givebigwa.org/sjpt

Mount Grant Preserve (141 acres protected on SJI) | J.K. Fox
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