Peninsula Conservancy is a private nonprofit land
trust dedicated to protecting forever the rural landscapes,
natural habitats and open spaces of the great peninsula
of puget sound.
conserve pristine shorelines, critical salmon streams,
evergreen forests, and wildlife-rich wetlands throughout
Kitsap, Mason, and west Pierce Counties, Washington.
conservancy protects wildlands and provides opportunities
for people to enjoy them forever. our work is supported
by donations and grants from those committed to preservation
of open space, clean water and wild creatures.
Grovers Creek Preserve
you! Our crowdfunding campaign
raised more than $19,000 to help close the
funding gap and Save Grovers Creek Preserve.
We are so much closer to our goal! With
your help, we will protect as many acres
as we can of this magical place, for people
and wildlife to enjoy for all time. Learn
more about Grovers Creek Preserve.
Creek Preserve is the jewel at
the center of the Kitsap Forest & Bay
Project – a place of old growth trees and
a vital link in the Sound to Olympics Trail.
the campaign? Donations can be
mailed to Great Peninsula Conservancy, 423
Pacific Avnue, Suite 401, Bremerton, WA
Dinner Raised $79K for Conservation!
a night! Joe Gaydos spoke to a
full house, inspiring us to continue conserving
the lands and shorelines of the Salish Sea.
Chris Dunagan was honored with our Great
Peninsula Conservation Award. See
on our Facebook page. Thank you sponsors.
Crew Leadership Training – June 13
need trail crew leaders! Join us
for a one day leadership training course
on Saturday, June 13, at Port Gamble Forest
Heritage Park (9 am – 3 pm). This
hands-on outdoor workshop will be conducted
by Washington Trails Association and cover
teh basics of flatland trail design, drainage,
trail construction and maintenance, safety,
and crew leadership.
limited to 20 participants.
Tools and hard hats provided. Bring sturdy
gloves, boots, long sleeve shirt, long pants,
lunch and water. Contact Kate
Kuhlman (360) 373-3500 to register.
Crew Leadership Training sponsored by: Kitsap
County Parks, Great Peninsula Conservancy,