Ebey’s Landing is the nation’s first historical reserve, created in 1978 to protect a rural working landscape & community on Central Whidbey Island. The reserve includes 17,500 acres, 17 farms, over 400 historical structures, native prairies, two state parks, miles of shoreline, a network of trails and the second oldest town in Washington. The Reserve is managed by a 9-member Trust Board.
CHWA will often partner with Ebey’s Landing for community events that inform, educate and entertain residents and visitors. Visit Ebey’s Landing any time of year and enjoy the expansive beauty of the prairie.
2011 – 4th Annual Ebey’s Forever Conference
Friday and Saturday – November 4 & 5, 2011 – The acclaimed annual Ebey’s Forever Conference celebrating and cultivating America’s rural roots. Explore Ebey’s Reserve through the lens of local stewardship, agriculture, historic preservation and economic development – guided by a rich blend of local, regional and national voices and partners