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09/16/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 09/16/2021 12:58

National Park Service extends current agricultural lease for crop land in Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve for one year

September 16, 2021
Contact:Annie Matsov

COUPEVILLE, Wash. - The National Park Service will cancel the current solicitation for an agricultural lease within Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. Although proposals were received for the Lease, the NPS was unable to successfully agree to lease terms with the proposers. The current lease has been extended and will now expire on November 30, 2022.  

The National Park Service thanks members of the public for their interest in the lease opportunity and the historical importance of continuing the farming tradition of the Reserve.   

Any questions regarding the leases should be directed to Annie Matsov, Acting Superintendent at e-mail us .

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