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    Ebey's Landing

    National Historical Reserve Washington

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Schedule Of Events


Reserve Guided Walks & Talks
Join the Trust Board and National Park Service to experience the history, nature and beauty of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. Programs are free, fun for people of all ages, and informative to both locals and visitors. Call for details on upcoming walks & talks at 360.678.6084. Special tours can be arranged upon request.

Annual Preservation Field School
If you're interested in Historical Preservation, join historical architect Anne Matsov and learn historic building techniques, contribute to the preservation of historically significant buildings within the Reserve, and meet like-minded volunteers at the Preservation Field School! This year, the Field School will tackle the historic Coupeville Wharf. For details, please contact Anne Matsove at 360.678.6084 or by email at e-mail us.

Ebey's Forever Conference & Community Event
The Ebey's Forever Conference & Community Event returns November 1 & 2, 2013! Discover a new perspective on the history and sustainability of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, and why this place is significant - as much today as in the past. More information is coming, or you can contact the Office of the Trust Board or email e-mail us.

Did You Know?

The Crockett Blockhouse

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.