Bainbridge Island Land Trust

The Bainbridge Island Land Trust’s mission is to conserve and steward the diverse natural environments of Bainbridge Island.

For over three decades, the Land Trust has played a vital role in conserving areas of ecological significance, including forests, shorelines, steams, wetlands, tidelands and unique plant and animal habitat networks. This work to protect and restore Island lands and waters honors past generations, preserves a legacy for future generations, and builds a network of protected lands resilient to a changing climate.

The Land Trust works with local and regional partners to acquire and restore land for preserves, parks, trails, and public use. The Land Trust has preserved more than 1,500 acres, including Hilltop, The Grand Forest, Pritchard Park, Gazzam Lake, Agate Passage, Cougar Creek, Rockaway Bluff and Springbrook Creek Preserves. We also partner with private landowners to protect and steward their land using conservation easement agreements.