"...Almost a Paradise of Nature."
This stunning landscape at the gateway to Puget Sound, with its rich farmland and promising seaport, lured the earliest American pioneers north of the Columbia River to Ebey’s Landing. Today this National Historical Reserve preserves the agricultural and cultural traditions of Ebey’s Landing – both native and Euro-American – while offering spectacular opportunities for recreation.
2013 Ebey's Forever Fund Grant Recipients
Congratulations to the 2013 Ebey's Forever Grant Recipients! A variety of projects and work. Thanks to everyone for making this program a success!Read More
Farms of Ebey's
The Prairies of Ebey's Landing NHR have sustained agriculture for hundreds of years, beginning with Skagit Indians and continuing to present.Read More
SAVE THE DATE!
a 4-day interactive field-school for high school students and their teachers, July 16 - 19, 2013. Connecting youth to historic & natural landscapes.Read More
2013 Ebey's Landing Field School
Join Uof Oregon Historic Preservation Students as they tackle the exterior of the Coupeville Wharf at this years Field School, July 15 - 25th!Read More
Did You Know?
The Crockett Blockhouse is one of four blockhouses remaining on the Reserve. Pioneers built the blockhouses in the 1850s for protection from Indians who were believed to be hostile.