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Whidbey Realtors support Trillium effort

In an effort to continually improve the quality of life for all Whidbey Island residents, the Whidbey Island Association of Realtors endorses and supports the Whidbey Camano Land Trust in its attempt to purchase the 664-acre forest commonly known as the Trillium property. The Realtors are the latest to join the growing list of supporting organizations, as the Land Trust races to raise $4.2 million by June 10.

Realtors feels very strongly that by supporting this effort to preserve a large and beautiful portion of Whidbey Island, we can ensure that future generations have the opportunity to perpetually enjoy the beauty and natural wonder that has brought many of us here to Whidbey Island. This is a natural fit with the Realtors’ Quality of Life pledge, and we’re pleased to give our support.

Members of our organization will be raising money to contribute to the cause and we encourage Whidbey Island residents and property owners to also support the effort.

The Whidbey Island Association of Realtors has 121 Realtor members and 20 affiliate members from Oak Harbor to Clinton. For more information about how to help, or to invest in the protection of rural Whidbey Island, visit www.SaveTheForestNow.org.

Christina Parker

2010 president

Whidbey Island

Association of Realtors

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