Great Peninsula Conservancy

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Great 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.

We conserve pristine shorelines, critical salmon streams, evergreen forests, and wildlife-rich wetlands throughout Kitsap, Mason, and west Pierce Counties, Washington.

The 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.


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Become a member! Your donatons to Great Peninsula Conservancy help protect the lands that enrich your life—ensuring clean air and water, inspiring you with natural beauty, and providing you with special places to explore. Thank You!


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Get Outside with GPC!

Check out this map of properties preserved with the help of Great Peninsula Conservancy - perfect for hiking, biking, walking the dog, birdwatching or enjoying a leisurely picnic!


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GPC Protected Lands

Great Peninsula Conservancy has helped protect over 7,000 acres of ecologically important and visually stunning natural areas for people and wildlife on the Kitsap, Key and Gig Harbor Peninsulas of Puget Sound.

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GPC's New Conservation Plan

Great Peninsula Conservancy's Conservation Plan identifies our highest priorities for conserving lands and waters on the Kitsap, Key and Gig Harbor Peninsulas.

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Conservation Priorities Survey

Thank you for taking GPC's Conservation Priorities Survey! Results have been incorporated into GPC's 2016-2021 Conservation Plan


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