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Administration of the Reserve was established by an interlocal agreement between four partners: The National Park Service, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission, Island County, and the Town of Coupeville, and signed in 1988.
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Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve seeks to proactively create awareness about the Reserve, and promote its message and opportunities to the public through education programs, media, communications, and activities.
From the creation of the reserve, it has been managed through partnerships between the National Park Service, Town of Coupeville, Island County, and Washington State Parks. Shortly after establishment, the community worked collaboratively with local governments to create a plan for the future of the reserve.