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Ebey?s Landing National Historical Reserve, located in Coupeville, Washington is the first historical reserve created to preserve a rural working landscape. It protects the historical record of the Puget Sound exploration and settlement. The entire reserve is about 17,500 acres and includes 18 working farms, native prairies, about 400 historical structures, and at least two state parks. Moreover, the Central Whidbey Island Historic District and Sergeant Clark House are two Historic Places that are located within the Reserve.

Today the Reserve is managed by a 9 member trust board and is usually open to public tours. The tours include learning more about the history of agriculture in the area, getting to visit the different farms as well as the Jacob Ebey House Visitor Contact Station and many others.
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