The pull of Puget Sound tides and the special scent of western red cedar in the spring sun remind us of what is precious and enduring, even in unsettled times. The timeless landscapes we work together to protect are needed by our community today, now more than ever.
While we must cancel all public events, including in-person meetings and Capitol Land Trust’s Conservation Breakfast, we know we must remain connected as a community and raise vital funds for local land conservation. More information about how we plan to do this virtually will be provided in April. Stay involved here.
Stewardship work parties, school field trips, and volunteer trainings are canceled until further notice. Volunteer committees will continue to meet virtually as needed.
We’d love to hear from you! Our office in Lacey is closed, but we are continuing to work remotely so feel free to reach out to us. Any questions can be sent to email@example.com.
Capitol Land Trust’s public-access preserves are closed until further notice, in support of the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order by Governor Jay Inslee. The Governor’s order encourages people to continue to exercise, be outside and get fresh air—and we encourage you to spend time outdoors closer to home, where it is easier to maintain social-distancing practices.
These times present a great opportunity to reflect, slow down, and spend quality time outside with those you love, both people and wildlife. I look forward to the time when, once again, we can enjoy each other’s company in person.
Thinking of you and hoping you stay well.
With gratitude and appreciation,