Crowley Preserve Conservation Easement, Blakely Island

Crowley Preserve Conservation Easement, Blakely Island

The 80-acre Crowley Preserve Conservation Easement on Blakely Island lies along the southwestern shore of this outer island, highly visible from the Washington State Ferry route. Its steep slopes support mature forest, Garry oaks, and native grassland. In 2010, the Crowley family donated the preserve to the San Juan Preservation Trust. A forever wild conservation easement was simultaneously donated to the Land Bank to doubly ensure the long-term protection of the land.

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