Job Opportunities

Watershed Restoration Project Coordinator

The Watershed Restoration Project Coordinator position supports the Bainbridge Island Land Trust’s Watershed Initiative. The Initiative’s goal is to work with landowners and partners to improve stream conditions for fish and other aquatic species, improve and enhance habitat along the stream, increase landowner participation in the stewardship of watersheds and streams, and implement key actions to achieve these goals.

To learn more and apply, please review the job description.

Development and Communications Coordinator

The Development and Communications Coordinator will be a critical team member in effectively conveying stories and messages while inspiring a connection to the Land Trust’s mission. This position will lead the recruitment, engagement, and coordination of volunteers across the organization’s project and community engagement priorities, help meet annual development goals, and promote, coordinate mission-driven campaigns, fundraising, and educational events.

To learn more and apply, please review the job description.

Please also check out our volunteer opportunities to help us advance conservation on Bainbridge Island.

Natural Bainbridge

Natural Bainbridge is an engaging and beautiful new book that beckons us to explore and safeguard our exquisite preserves, protected spaces, and parks.

Produced by a small volunteer team of longtime Land Trust supporters, this publication contains 48 full-color pages packed with original illustrations, images by island photographers, and quotes from local authors. And, a lively narrative provides insights into our shoreline, stream, wetland, and forest habitats.

$19.95 – Available now at Eagle Harbor Book Co.

Walks on Bainbridge

The Third Edition of Walks on Bainbridge, the Island’s favorite guide for exploring the beautiful protected lands of Bainbridge Island is now out— with 30 walks on our over forty miles of trails and our quiet backroads!

This edition has all new color maps (with topo lines!) to plan adventures like the Cross-Island and the Eagle Harbor to Fort Ward routes. Photos show the character of each walk, and side tabs help you quickly find the perfect walk with key walk features like length, difficulty, shore access and more.

Maps also clearly show parking areas and toilet facilities.

Walks on Bainbridge is available for $14.95 at Eagle Harbor Book Co., Wildernest, Bay Hay & Feed, and Dana’s on Bainbridge.

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Contributions will help us expand, protect and preserve ecologically sensitive habitat. For everyone. Forever.

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