Landowner Resources

The San Juan Preservation Trust holds a number of conservation easement agreements, and we enjoy productive and meaningful partnerships with each of our landowners. We are pleased to offer technical assistance and volunteer labor to help these conservation easement partners care for their land. We are also happy to share our expertise with all island residents that are interested in learning more about best practices in stewardship and land management.

The following SJPT-produced publications were created to help landowners care for their land. Click on these links to download:

A Place in the Islands:  How Private Landowners Shape the Future of the San Juan and Gulf Islands

Conservation Easement Partner Postcards

Scotch BroomGarry OakBrush Pile—or Habitat Pile?
English IvyIsland Marble Butterfly IIThe Scourge of Spurge Laurel
Island Marble Butterfly IThinking of Selling Your Property?

 

Other Landowner Resources

Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board – Everything you always wanted to know about noxious weeds, including a printable list of weeds that landowners may be required to control.

FAQs about Conservation Easements – A basic primer from the Land Trust Alliance

Northwest Natural Resource Group – A nonprofit that helps landowners make their forests healthier and fire-safe; also provides information on managing woodlands to maximize wildlife habitat.