Skagit Land Trust's Annual Potluck Picnic
Join us at Cascadian Farm for our Annual Picnic on Sunday, July 28th from 11am-2pm. Cascadian Farm is the location of a 56 acre Conservation Easement that conserves forest used by Bald Eagles for night roosting and is across the street from the Skagit River Kahn Conservation Area. We'll have music, opportunities to enjoy some of our close properties, and activities for the kids. This is our chance to enjoy the summer weather together and say thanks to all of our members, volunteers, and partners. Feel free to bring a friend who wants to learn more about Skagit Land Trust. We have limited seating, so picnic blankets and camping chairs are encouraged!

We'll bring the fixings for sandwiches and drinks. You can sign up to bring a side dish or dessert below. RSVPs to let us know you are coming are helpful, but not required.

There will be walks to explore Barr Creek before and after the picnic. The before nature walk at Barr Creek has been moved to 10:00 am! Check below if you are interested. Our Skagit River rafting trip has been Sold Out.

We look forward to seeing you!

Directions: From WA-20, turn onto a gravel road just west of the Cascadian Farm farm stand, near mile marker 101. Continue uphill for 1/2 mile around multiple curves. Volunteers will meet you at the top to help with parking.

The address is 55757 WA-20, Rockport, WA 98283.
Click this link for directions: https://goo.gl/maps/JScph1EKnCimgT7W9

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We are limited on seating, camp chairs are highly recommended! Please let us know below how many chairs you are bringing.
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Barr Creek Nature Walk - Join some Skagit Land Trust staff at the beautiful Barr Creek Conservation Area for a walk along the newly re-routed Barr Creek trail.
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