Author: BILT Admin

22 Jan The 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting Has Arrived!

Normally, Land Trust members would gather tonight at a near-full gymnasium with people lined up for their second run at the potluck buffet. But due to COVID-19, the 2021 Annual Meeting has been adapted to a virtual format. Not to fear! Thanks to the efforts of volunteers and staff, this adapted format still has many of your favorite Annual Meeting elements. Hear from Executive Director Jane Stone as we celebrate our community’s conservation accomplishments in the face of a difficult year, honor the Phyllis Young Award recipient, Craig Trueblood, and the Jo Schaffer Volunteer of the Year, Sandy Schubach, and help us confirm our next slate of Board Members. Whether you are a long-time Land Trust supporter or new to the Island or our organization, this is an excellent opportunity to learn about our work and all of the exciting efforts on the horizon. Plus, you can download a ‘Land Trust Potluck Recipe Sampler’ featuring some of the most cherished recipes from longtime Land Trust members. To view this year’s virtual Annual Meeting program, click here.


01 Oct Impacts of Proposed Day Road Roundabout

For over a year, the Bainbridge Island Land Trust (Land Trust) has been aware of and has been working diligently to address the Washington Department of Transportation’s (WSDOT) plans to construct a roundabout at the corner of State Route 305 and Day Road.  The Land Trust holds a conservation easement – our first one – on nearly 24 acres in the vicinity of this project.


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