Thank you to everyone who joined us on October 7 to honor our local business champions and award Alcoa Intalco Employees the Bob Keller Business Conservation Leadership Award. Congratulations!
Now, more than ever, we appreciate the special places Whatcom Land Trust makes possible; special places where we can take our families to enjoy nature, recreate safely, and find hope and renewal in the natural world.
We thank the 100+ local businesses who are leading the way to conserve the Whatcom Land We Love. Together we are making a positive impact on our community’s health, economic prosperity and quality of life.
We invite your business to join us today with a gift of support that in turn, supports what your employees care about – clean water, wildlife habitat, local farms & farmers, parklands, and a future that’s bright. All gifts make by October 31 will be matched dollar for dollar up to $10,000.
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Watch this video tribute featuring Alcoa Employees and representatives of local nonprofit organizations expressing their gratitude and appreciation:
Proceeds benefit Whatcom Land Trust’s mission to preserve, protect, care for and engage the community in the lands, waters and resources of the special places of Whatcom County – the land we love.
The safety of our volunteers and community remain our highest priority. We also understand people want to get outside and help us on the land. We are limiting each work party to 6 people, including staff, so an RSVP will be required prior to each work party. All volunteers are required to have a face covering on them at all times, though it is not required to be worn while working outside if well over 6 feet away from others. If you have any symptoms of illness or think you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 within the last 2-3 weeks, you MUST stay home even if you have already RSVP’d.
Stay well, enjoy the outdoors and know that you are ALL connected to each other as members of the Land Trust family.
Whatcom Land Trust preserves and protects wildlife habitat, scenic, agricultural and open space lands in Whatcom County for future generations by securing interests in land and promoting land stewardship.
“If we save salmon we have done our job, everyone gets value from that.”