Read a piece about the ribbon cutting at the Trillium Forest trailhead in the South Whidbey Record.
Excerpt: “The land trust, members of the community and representatives of Island County later developed a public use plan that prioritized the acquiring of additional trailhead access so that horse trailers, buses and disabled people could access the property.
With grants from the state recreation and conservation office and the land and water conservation fund administered by the National Park Service, the land trust assisted Island County in buying a property near Bounty Loop to provide ADA (American Disabilities Act) access. The Waterman family also donated land as part of a property sale for the trailhead land.”
Read the full story in the South Whidbey Record.