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Save the Date – 2022 Annual Meeting & Open House

Just like last year, we are taking our Annual Meeting virtual. The program will be available to watch on our website on January 28th. Voting to confirm the 2022 Board Slate is open now – click here to vote.

But we miss you, and the land does too! So, we’ve come up with an additional exciting opportunity for our community to supplement our virtual meeting.

The Land Trust is delighted to announce a new element of this year’s Annual Meeting – an “open house” on one of our Preserves.

Drop by any time between 10 am and 1 pm on Saturday, January 29th to tour Springbrook Creek Preserve, learn about the importance of the watershed, and get to know the Land Trust. Bring your families, friends, and neighbors – this is a community event!

Springbrook Creek Preserve is an incredible, diverse 23-acre property that encompasses meadows, a wetland and a stream, and a mature upland forest. With the Preserve not yet open to the public, this is an event that you won’t want to miss.

Please be prepared for wet weather and uneven, muddy terrain. Tours will be running on a drop-in basis, and we will send groups out as they arrive. This is a great opportunity to learn from our knowledgeable staff out in the field, who will be set up at different stations throughout the property. Binoculars are recommended for those who enjoy birds and wildlife!

Pastries and warm drinks will be available for your enjoyment! To minimize waste, we ask that you bring your own thermos or mug.

Springbrook Creek Preserve is located on corner of NE Twin Ponds Road and Fletcher Bay Road NE. Parking will be available at the upper lot of Johnson Farm (on NE Twin Ponds Road), as well as along the shoulders of Fletcher Bay Road near the intersection with Island Center Road NE. Volunteers will be on site to assist with parking.

Whether you are interested in stopping by for a coffee and a chat or to take the tour of Springbrook Creek Preserve, we hope to see you there!

Questions about the open house? Email Lexi or call our office at (206) 842-1216.

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