Capitol Land Trust Event
Salish Cliffs Golf Club is hosting a special event June 19th to introduce South Sound residents to the local nonprofit land conservation organization, Capitol Land Trust. Salish Cliffs is a world-class, salmon-safe certified golf course owned by the Squaxin Island Tribe and located close to Little Creek Casino.
Residents of Mason County and the South Sound are invited to spend a few hours with friends, learning about Capitol Land Trust’s conservation efforts in the region and experiencing the newly opened Salish Cliffs Clubhouse. Guests will be treated to a gourmet appetizer spread and drinks courtesy of Little Creek. Local musician Miguel Perez-Gibson will be playing his signature flamenco guitar. Guests will also have the opportunity to participate in a putting course contest or take part in a clinic for beginning golfers.
Capitol Land Trust and the Squaxin Island Tribe have collaborated on numerous conservation projects, resulting in the permanent protection of more than 900 acres in Mason County alone. All total, Capitol Land Trust has conserved more than 5,000 acres in four southwest Washington counties.
- What: A Special Evening with Capitol Land Trust
- When: Wednesday, June 19, 2013, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
- Where: Salish Cliffs Golf Club, 91 W. State Route 108, Shelton, WA 98584
This event is not suitable for children, 21 and over only please
About Capitol Land Trust
Capitol Land Trust is a nonprofit conservation group based in Olympia, WA. The Trust’s mission is to further collaborative and strategic conservation of southwest Washington’s essential natural areas and working lands. Since 1987, Capitol Land Trust has conserved more than 5,000 acres of wildlife habitat and working farm and forestlands in Thurston, Mason, Grays Harbor and Lewis Counties. The group has received widespread recognition for its non-confrontational, non-regulatory approach and ability to bring diverse stakeholders together around common goals. With support from private landowners, business leaders, elected officials, tribal members and conservation agencies and organizations, in recent years Capitol Land Trust has secured more than twenty million dollars for its conservation projects, directly benefiting the local economy. To learn more about the work of Capitol Land Trust visit their website at www.capitollandtrust.org.
Salish Cliffs Golf Club
The Squaxin Island Tribe offers a challenge to golfers of all levels at Little Creek Casino Resort’s award-winning golf course, Salish Cliffs Golf Club. The Gene Bates designed, 18-hole, par 72 championship course includes 320 acres on which to experience pristine northwest beauty, stunning elevation changes of over 600 feet, all the while testing skills on the some of the smoothest bent grass greens anywhere.
Submitted by Capitol Land Trust