The Land Bank is actively involved with other groups and citizens working to clean up our islands on an on-going basis.

2012 clean-up with Bird Rock Hotel and Earthbox Inn and Spa

In 2013, we helped clean up:

Henry Island: Nearly one ton of trash and debris was removed with the help of the San Juan Preservation Trust, resident Kip Smith, Crystal Seas Kayaking, and Washington State Parks.
Deer Harbor Preserve, Orcas Island: 800 pounds of miscellaneous debris was removed by the Department of Natural Resources.
Eastsound Waterfront Park, Orcas Island: Three tons of creosote was removed by the Department of Natural Resources.
Crescent Beach Preserve, Orcas Island: 6,660 pounds of creosote was removed by the Department of Natural Resources.
Deadman Bay Preserve, San Juan Island: 100 pounds of garbage was removed with the help of the staffs of the Land Bank, Bird Rock Hotel, and Earthbox Inn and Spa.
Fisherman Bay, Lopez Island: Two derelict boats and about five tons of creosote logs were removed by the Washington Conservation Corps.

In 2013, we cared for:
• Over 3,000 acres of preserves
• Over 30,000 feet of marine shoreline
• Over 2,200 acres of land through conservation easements
• Over 23,000 feet of marine shoreline through conservation easements.

National public lands day 12