Ebey’s celebrates America’s roots

Ebey’s Forever Conference & Community Event set for Nov. 6-7 celebrates American’s rural roots through sustainable agriculture, historic preservation and local stewardship.

The Trust Board of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve presents this unique occasion for the second year in Coupeville.

A new slate of behind-the-scenes field trips, hands-on workshops, music, and a “taste of Ebey’s” hosted by leading voices in agriculture, historic preservation and sustainability, will be featured.

Experience an American rural kandscape in our nation’s first historical reserve.

Ebey’s Reserve is a rich mosaic of working farms, two state parks, more than 350 historic buildings, native prairies, miles of trails, and the second oldest town in Washington, Coupeville.

For information, visit, call 360-678-6084, or email

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