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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6 hours ago
San Juan Preservation Trust

We are celebrating the successful public acquisition of the North Shore (Glenwood Inn) property and are focused on the future of this vital 58-acre property on the northwest corner of Orcas Island.

Our partner in this major conservation project, the San Juan County Conservation Land Bank, now owns the property and will eventually open it up to the public—but not for at least two years. First they must do restoration and infrastructure work on the property and go through the many steps of creating a management plan.

In the meantime, the Land Bank is offering guided tours of the of the property. Please visit the San Juan County Conservation Land Bank's property webpage (sjclandbank.org/northshore) for project updates and to sign up for a tour this fall.

As for SJPT, we’re in the early stages of fundraising to pay for the conservation easement that will help ensure the permanent protection of the new preserve, which has yet to be named (the Land Bank is on that!). Our overall fundraising goal: a cool $3.9 million.

Want to help out? Go to sjpt.org/glenwood to donate.

More updates to come!

@sjclandbank
#sjpt
#sanjuanpreservationtrust
#sji
#sanjuanislands
#salishsea
#conservation
#landpreservation
#getoutside
#conserve
#connect
#care
#orcas
#orcasisland
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We are celebrating the successful public acquisition of the North Shore (Glenwood Inn) property and are focused on the future of this vital 58-acre property on the northwest corner of Orcas Island.

Our partner in this major conservation project, the San Juan County Conservation Land Bank, now owns the property and will eventually open it up to the public—but not for at least two years. First they must do restoration and infrastructure work on the property and go through the many steps of creating a management plan.

In the meantime, the Land Bank is offering guided tours of the of the property. Please visit the San Juan County Conservation Land Banks property webpage (sjclandbank.org/northshore) for project updates and to sign up for a tour this fall.

As for SJPT, we’re in the early stages of fundraising to pay for the conservation easement that will help ensure the permanent protection of the new preserve, which has yet to be named (the Land Bank is on that!). Our overall fundraising goal: a cool $3.9 million.

Want to help out? Go to sjpt.org/glenwood to donate. 

More updates to come! 

@sjclandbank
#sjpt 
#sanjuanpreservationtrust 
#sji 
#sanjuanislands 
#salishsea 
#conservation 
#landpreservation 
#getoutside 
#conserve 
#connect 
#care 
#orcas 
#orcasisland 
#conservationlandbank
1 day ago
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2 days ago
San Juan Preservation Trust

This Thursday’s Salish Seeds “Third Thursday” volunteer session at Red Mill Farm on San Juan Island has been canceled. Too much going on during County Fair Week.

Hope to see you at next month’s Third Thursday. Enjoy the fair!
#sjpt
#sanjuanpreservationtrust
#sji
#sanjuanislands
#sjclandbank
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This Thursday’s Salish Seeds “Third Thursday” volunteer session at Red Mill Farm on San Juan Island has been canceled. Too much going on during County Fair Week. 

Hope to see you at next month’s Third Thursday. Enjoy the fair!
#sjpt
#sanjuanpreservationtrust
#sji
#sanjuanislands
#sjclandbank

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Sorry -- just updated the post to reflect cancelation of this week's Third Thursday at the Salish Seeds Nursery. Didn't want to compete with fair week!

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