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The Bainbridge Island Land Trust protects and preserves private property as well as acquires land for parks and trails.

About Bainbridge Island Land Trust

The Bainbridge Island Land Trust was started in 1989 by architects Nate Thomas and Jim Cutler, Mike Ryherd, a state lobbyist and Paul Kundtz, an attorney. This group and others were concerned about growth on Bainbridge Island and established the Land Trust to provide a mechanism for landowners to protect and preserve their property. Twenty four years after its founding, the Land Trust has helped to permanently protect over 1,275 acres of our Island's natural landscape, more than 928 acres of which are open to the public. It holds 47 conservation easements (42 private and 5 public) on over 709 acres. It owns another 79 acres. And another 466 acres have been preserved through acquisition efforts with Land Trust assistance.

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