Historic Coupeville Wharf
Island County Historical Society
Experience the Reserve from the inside - Bring your time and talent to the Reserve and discover why Issac Ebey called it, "...a paradise of Nature."
Jacob Ebey House Docents
When: 4 hours / week
Where: Historic Jacob Ebey House Visitor Contact Station
Details: Discover the history of Whidbey Island and Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve as a volunteer Docent. Greet guests to the Reserve and impart the history of the area, as well as how Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve became the most unique Park in the National Park System.
2014 Field School
Put your carpentry skills to work at the 2014 Field School! Join our talented volunteers as they begin work on the Fort Casey Moore Plotting Room, in conjunction with Washington State Parks! Discover the community of Central Whidbey Island. Field School begins July 21st, and continues Monday through Thursday for 3 weeks. Contact the Reserve office at 360.678.6084 or email Preservation Coordinator, Sarah Steen, for more information on this All-Volunteer Project to preserve an unbroken record of Rural America!
DISCOVER EBEY'S - The Ebey's Conference
October 4, 2014. Save the Date for the return of this very popular one-day conference! Volunteers are needed for many positions, so if you're available and want to meet and work with other dedicated volunteers, then please contact the office of the Trust Board!
Do you have a special skill or talent you're able to bring to the Reserve? Give us a call - volunteer expertise is a valued commodity, and we appreciate your participation. Whether it's photography, historic carpentry skills, history or engineering, there is always a place for you as a part of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve!
To bring your skills to the Reserve, please call us at 360-678-6084 or email us!