Join Virtual Land Bank Meeting

Posted January 14, 2021 at 5:00 am by

Contributed Photo/Land Bank. Land Bank Field Assistant, Kayla Seaforth, and Salish Seeds Project Nursery Assistant, Sarah Benson, begin planting seedlings on Turtleback Mountain Preserve during a January deluge.
With the help of the Washington Conservation Corps, 14,000 native seedlings grown in the Land Bank’s own Salish Seeds Project nursery will be planted at the preserve this winter.

From San Juan Coun­ty Land Bank

The San Juan Coun­ty Land Bank Com­mis­sion will hold its month­ly meet­ing on Fri­day, Jan. 15, from 8:30–11:30 a.m., via Zoom.

The pub­lic is invit­ed to attend. Click here to down­load the agen­da, Zoom link and meet­ing materials.

The San Juan Coun­ty Land Bank is a local land con­ser­va­tion pro­gram, cre­at­ed by vot­ers in 1990, and fund­ed by a 1% real estate excise tax paid by pur­chasers of prop­er­ty in San Juan Coun­ty. Through con­ser­va­tion ease­ments or out­right pur­chas­es, the Land Bank pro­tects spe­cial places in the Islands includ­ing coast­lines, farm­land, forests and wetlands.

To learn more about your Con­ser­va­tion Land Bank, vis­it sjclandbank.org. If you’re inter­est­ed in vol­un­teer­ing or join­ing our mail­ing list, con­tact tanja@sjclandbank.org. We look for­ward to engag­ing with you!

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