Mission

The Mission of the Whatcom Land Trust is to preserve and protect wildlife habitat, scenic, agricultural and open space lands in Whatcom County for … [Continue Reading]

Ways to Give

Your ongoing financial support allows Whatcom Land Trust to connect our community to the forests, parks, agricultural lands, rivers, and marine … [Continue Reading]

Twin Sisters and Whatcom County Farmland

FAQ

Q: What is Whatcom Land Trust? A: Whatcom Land Trust is a nonprofit organization. We work with local landowners to help protect the natural values … [Continue Reading]

Volunteer

Whatcom Land Trust is dependent on community support to carry out our mission. Many of our volunteer opportunities involve restoration work and … [Continue Reading]

About Us

Whatcom County enjoys a wondrous, bountiful and varied landscape, matched by few in America. Rich soils, deep forests and abundant water underlie the … [Continue Reading]



 

Whatcom Land Trust conserves the special places of Whatcom County: park lands, fish & wildlife habitat, and farm lands.  

 


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Winter Eagle Viewing from
the Nooksack River

January 8th, 2017 
Join us to see salmon, eagles and Whatcom Land Trust properties
from the Nooksack River. In mid-January Whatcom Land Trust
is offering a special rafting trip with our Business Partner Wild
and Scenic River Tours. Tickets are $150 to reserve your place on this adventure. The adventure includes a half day on the Nooksack River, a picnic lunch, and you’ll be joined by Rich Bowers, Executive Director of the Whatcom Land Trust.

To reserve your spot on the tour sign up here.


 

E-newsletter: Want to stay up to date on our latest conservation projects and events? Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter.

Events page: Information about upcoming events, from family-friendly outings at county parks to our seasonal art walks.

Stewardship page: Sign up for a work party! Help us enhance and restore fish and wildlife habitat throughout Whatcom County.

Volunteer page: There are lots of ways to get involved, from wildlife surveys to event support and administrative tasks around the office.