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

Public Easements

Total Conservation Easements on Public Lands: 5

Total Public CE Acres:  461.96

MeigsPark (1992 – Park District)

67.45 acres of prime wetlands with upland young, deciduous-coniferous forest; one of the largest ledum bogs in the State of Washington.

Meigs Farm (1992 - City)

Old 19.83-acre dairy farm property adjacent to MeigsPark with pond and additional wetlands.  Property purchased with City Open Space funds and other monies.

Gazzam LakePreserve (1995 – Park District; amended to add Smith 2002)

320.68 acres of second growth forest surrounding the 13.5 acre GazzamLake, the largest lake on the Island. 

Peters Tree Farm Addition to Gazzam LakePreserve (2004 – Park District)

Approximately 49 acres of forestland contiguous to Gazzam Lake Preserve with pond and trails.  Property purchased with City Open Space funds. 

Kallgren Addition to Ted Olson Preserve (2007 – Park District)

Five acre addition to the Ted Olson Preserve purchased by BILT, then transferred to Park District.  Property has large trees and significant wetland.  A trail will eventually connect the two parcels for public recreation.

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