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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.


Save Grovers Creek Preserve!

May 12 - 29, 2015

Indiegogo.com Campaign

Grovers 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.

With your help, we can protect these 270 acres. Just $25,000 separates us from our goal of conserving Grovers Creek Preserve forever! By making a donation through our crowdfunding campaign, you can be part of conserving this beautiful place and all the outdoor recreation it supports. Please make a donation at igg.me/at/SaveGroversCreek.

YOU can make a difference

We've raised more than $1.8 million toward this purchase. Now we need YOUR help to raise the last $25,000! Any funds raised beyond our goal will help purchase additional land in the Kitsap Forest & Bay Project. Our campaign ends Friday, May 29. Donate TODAY. Thank you!


Kitsap Great Give – Thank You!

Thank you for your support of Great Peninsula Conservancy through Kitsap Great Give on May 5!  More than $1 million was raised for Kitsap nonprofits.

Gifts made to GPC via Kitsap Community Foundation's kitsapgreatgive.org website on May 5 were stretched through Kitsap Great Give and matched by GPC's 2015 Great Peninsula Challenge! 

Thank you to all the Kitsap Great Give donors and event sponsors.






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