13th Annual Conservation Breakfast
Resilient Lands, Resilient Communities:
Introducing your new Commissioner of Public Lands, Hilary Franz, and celebrating the WA Coast Restoration Initiative
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Thank you to all who attended and donated to our Conservation Breakfast! It was a great program. Hilary Franz, Commissioner of Public Lands, shared her vision for making our environments and our communities more resilient to our changing world. And, Amanda Reed shared some stories about Capitol Land Trust projects to restore wetlands and enhance salmon habitat in the Black River watershed, while also creating jobs for local contractors, engineers and natural resource professionals.
We know that a lot of folks could not make the Breakfast due to the weather and road conditions. We rely heavily on donations made at the Breakfast to pay our staff, advance land protection projects, and get students out onto our preserves.
It’s not to late to donate! Would you consider making a donation to Capitol Land Trust if you were unable to attend the event?
Click here to make a donation. Please write “Breakfast” in the note field.
To date, we have raised $99,000 towards our mission and vision. Thank you!
Thank You Sponsors!
Thank You Table Captains!
Rich Boyesen & Penny Black
Evergreen State College – Graduate Program on the Environment
Green Diamond Resource Company
Ken Guza & Diana Larsen-Mills
Bill & Joy Justis
Kiley Juergens Wealth Management
Law Office of Richard L. Hughes PLLC
Skip & Judy McGinty
Native Plant Salvage Fndn/WSU Water Resources
Panorama Green Team
Craig Partridge & Lou Ann Dunlap
Greg Richards & Julie Sandberg
Bob Van Schoorl
Bobbie & Norm Schoss
Squaxin Island Tribe
Priscilla & Tom Terry
Tom Terry & Daron Williams
Gary & Sandra Worthington
Bill Yake & Jeannette Barreca