As a membership-based non-profit (EIN 91-1439338), the Bainbridge Island Land Trust receives its funding from generous Islanders and others who want to support lasting and real action on Bainbridge – from acquisition of new lands, to removal of invasives and replanting with native species, and stewardship of sensitive ecosystems and protection of wildlife habitats. Supporters also give thousands of volunteer hours out on the land, in the office or serving on the board or one of our 6 committees. The Land Trust welcomes all to join in its land conservation work!
Stand for the Land
We are in the midst of a bold, multi-year campaign to protect as many treasured natural places and as much critical habitat as possible before it’s too late. Stand for the Land, the most ambitious land conservation campaign in the Land Trust’s history, has a goal of securing at least five new properties and significantly adding to the nearly 1,400 acres already successfully protected by the Land Trust and its partners. Learn more!
Are you a member?
One of the best ways to get involved in our conservation work is by becoming a member and renewing your membership each year. Members receive invitations to special events, access to invasive weed removal tools, priority purchasing at our fall Native Plant Sale, newsletters and other important conservation information. Click here to make your gift today!
One of our primary responsibilities is to make sure that the conservation values of all easement properties and Land Trust-owned land are retained or improved. We take this obligation seriously, knowing that we have promised to do this work in perpetuity. Learn more about this work, or join our volunteer team.
-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.
-48 full-color pages packed with original illustrations, images by island photographers, and quotes from local authors.
-Lively narrative provides insights into our shoreline, stream, wetland, and forest habitats.
$19.95 – Available now at Eagle Harbor Book Co.