Our Mission

Mordecai Land Trust is a non-profit public charity established in 2001, whose mission is to protect, preserve, maintain and restore Mordecai Island’s shoreline, habitats and species, and to create public awareness of the island through education and scientific research.

Our Mission

Mordecai Land Trust is a non-profit public charity established in 2001, whose mission is to protect, preserve, maintain and restore Mordecai Island’s shoreline, habitats and species, and to create public awareness of the island through education and scientific research.

Mordecai Overview

Species

Critical Habitats

On-site Projects

Latest News

 

 Event Date Time Sign Up
MLT Trustees Meeting June 3 7 PM: Zoom N/A
Miles for Mordecai July 11 8:30: AM Registration N/A
Paddle & Pour July 17 11 AM: Paddle Registration
 

5:30 PM: On-the-dock Pour

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LEHYC Boutique on the Bay August 2 LEHYC: 9 AM to 2 PM N/A
MLT Trustees Meeting August 5 7 PM: Zoom N/A
MLT Annual Members Meeting & Presentation: Crabbing Responsibly August 25 7 PM: LEHYC N/A
Mordecai Clean-Up Sept. 11 Tentative Click Here
MLT Trustees Meeting Sept. 30 7 PM, Zoom Coming Soon

 

Why Mordecai Island?

That we humans, who seem to have a penchant for changing and “improving” everything we see in nature, can stop this process is probably a pipe dream. As Stewart Farrell has said, the fate of these islands is to wash away. But since we clearly have accelerated the progress of erosion, perhaps we can take some steps to retard — and in the process save for a few more generations — what is indeed inevitable. It is on this premise that the Mordecai Land Trust was formed.

The IRS  has determined that the Mordecai Land Trust is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (“Code”) and not a private foundation pursuant to sections 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Code. Mordecai Land Trust was established in 2001.

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