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    Ebey's Landing

    National Historical Reserve Washington

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Trust Board of Ebey's Landing NHR is to:

  • preserve and protect, in perpetuity, the historic, natural, cultural, scenic, recreational and community resources which are vital to Ebey's Landing NHR;
  • foster appreciation, understanding, and enjoyment of Ebey's Landing NHR through education and interpretation;
  • further the purposes of Ebey's Landing NHR by establishing and maintaining productive partnerships between federal, state and local governments, public and private organizations and individuals;
  • administer and manage Ebey's Landing NHR as a unit of the National Park System, consistent with the mandate of Congress (PL 95-625) and the Interlocal Agreement of July 26, 1988 between the National Park Service, Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, Island County, and the Town of Coupeville.

Approved April 26, 1994

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Monroe's Landing was the site of one of three Salish villages located on the shores of Penn Cove. The wide beach made it a good landing place for canoes. In addition to their village site, the Salish people established many temporary encampments on Penn Cove.