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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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Events for July 2015

Date Location Event
Jul 8, 2015
Student Conservation Corps - BIMPRD Session

The 2015 Student Conservation Corps (SCoCo) will be in action this summer, beginning on June 22nd.

The SCoCo crew is comprised of 24 high school students dedicated to removing invasive species from Park & Land Trust properties. We invite the public to join us at our work parties to learn more about the program and to join in on the stewardship effort. 

Click here for more information and for more details on the schedule and locations.

Events for August 2015

Date Location Event
Aug 2, 2015
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Grace Episcopal Church; 8595 Day Road E; Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Wild about Trees Exhibit
The Gallery at Grace presents  "WILD ABOUT TREES"

Featuring Trees in Art artists Donna Leavitt, Cheryl A. Richey, and Elizabeth Reed Smith. Although their diverse styles and media represent a range of realistic and abstract renderings of trees, these Northwest artists share a deep affinity for trees and an interest in exploring and understanding their unifying symbolism. Trees have long been associated with a sense of mystery, magic, strength, and wisdom.  Over time and throughout history, tree imagery has been featured in myths, parables, dream theories, and art.  For example, trees are often depicted as nature's gladiators whose strength enables them to continue to struggle and survive despite great odds and dire circumstances.  In many cultures, trees are revered as totems of unseen forces or potent symbols of such qualities as longevity, fertility, wisdom, and immortality. "Wild About Trees" stimulates contemplation of both the artistic merits of trees and the universal power of tree symbolism to advance understanding and appreciation of trees in an ecologically-balanced world, and the sweeping interconnectedness between people and the environment.  

Exhibit runs August 2 through October 4, 2015
Grace Episcopal Church
8595 Day Road E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 9am-4pm; Sunday, 8am-11am (and by appointment)

Closing Reception and Artists' Talk: Sunday, September 27, 10:45 am - 12:00 noon. The artists will donate a percentage of art sales to Bainbridge Island Land Trust, a nonprofit organization committed to saving trees and protecting the Island's natural resources.
Aug 5, 2015
9:00 am - 11:00 am
First Wednesday Work Party
Join us for our ongoing First Wednesday Work Parties on the Land Trust's conservation properties. We'll be working on removing invasive plants such as English ivy, Scotch Broom, and other bad guys from our beautiful properties across the Island, some of which are not normally open to the public!

Bring a water bottle, work gloves, and extra tools if you can. Light refreshments and good company will be provided.

Location to be determined. Detailed driving and parking directions will be provided upon RSVP. Please contact Becca Nissley at or call (206) 842-1216 to RSVP.
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