Stand for the Land

Thanks to you, we are now ready for the next opportunity in the campaign!

Last fall, a small group of conservation-minded Islanders came forward with an incredibly generous $1,000,000 challenge grant! They agreed to match every dollar we raised through Summer 2020 for a total of $2 million – and with your help, we did it!

The Fourth Property Announced in Fall of 2019.
The Bainbridge Island Land Trust was pleased to announce a fourth conservation opportunity through our Stand for the Land campaign. The 23-acre Springbrook Creek Preserve contains a resplendent landscape of mixed conifer uplands and stream-side alder forests. The forests and wetlands play a key role in providing cool, clear, and consistently flowing water in the creek for local wildlife including birds, mammals, and amphibians. This conservation area was selected after completing a multi-year stream assessment, assisted by local landowners and Wild Fish Conservancy.

The Fifth Property Soon to be Announced!

Challenge Funds Raised: $1,000,000!

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Here’s a look at the Stand for the Land projects currently in progress. And remember—this represents just a portion of our overall campaign goal.

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About the Campaign

In the face of growing development pressure, the Bainbridge Island Land Trust launched a multi-year initiative to protect as many beloved Island places and as much critical habitat as possible.

Stand for the Land—the largest and most ambitious campaign in Land Trust history—has already placed down payments on 66 acres thanks to the generosity of our Island community. Thanks to an incredible new challenge grant we have the power to protect even more. Please join us in supporting this exciting campaign!

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*Stand for the Land campaign funds will be utilized for costs associated with land acquisition, operating the Stand for the Land campaign, and stewardship of acquired properties.

We need your help. Please consider making a donation today.

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

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