This page collects a number of possibly useful documents in one place. All the documents are related in one way or another to the glorious heritage stand of big-leaf maples that forms an enchanted canopy over APA Road, the main approach to Lily Point Park in Point Roberts, Washington.
Click on the headings to the right to view the documents.
Threats to the maple canopy arise from time to time. During the last one, we put up an online petition and collected 500 "signatures" from all over the world -- the majority from Point Roberts residents and visitors.

Development Plans
Recently, another development proposal, whose septic drain fields may pose a threat to the maple canopy, has been filed. Plans for the proposed development are here.

Photo Gallery
Some photos of the canopy in spring and in summer ...
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What is Included in "Lily Point"?
Mark Robbins and Steve Wolff argue convincingly that "Lily Point" encompasses an area of 400+ acres extending west to Pauls Road, and that the entire area deserves, indeed requires, special protection.