The Nature Conservancy is a driving force of preservation all over the world. Here in the San Juan Islands we are lucky enough to have the Nature Conservancy serving as stewards of many different islands including Yellow Island which was gifted to the Nature Conservancy after being homesteaded by the Dodd family.
Outdoor Odysseys is offering a Nature Conservancy Trip (Click Here) for the summer of 2012. The June 25th through the 29th departure has had an overwhelming response and only 2 remaining spots are available which has led us to offer an additional trip September 10th through the 14th. The five day trip blends three nights at the States Inn (think soft beds and hot showers) (Click Here) with a single night camping on Jones Island, a scenic, wooded island owned and managed by Washington State Parks. One day will be spent hiking the natural beauty of the San Juans with the help of one of our Naturalist Guides as well as a representative from the Nature Conservancy. $150 of the trip price goes directly to the Nature Conservancy to support their land purchases and stewardship in the San Juan Islands and around the world.
Stay tuned for an update on our 3 Day Wine Tour (Click Here) featuring these unique, award winning, Washington wineries: Boudreaux Cellars, Gilbert Cellars, and Cor Cellars.
All of our San Juan Island sea kayak tours have space available but they are filling up fast. We look forward to seeing you on the water!