Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens of Kitsap

A nonprofit organization

$1,880 raised by 11 donors

38% complete

$5,000 Goal

Located on a south facing hillside in an urban area, Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens is an Oasis of common and unusual specimens artfully arranged.  Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens was created to preserve, enhance and display a collection of unique and botanically diverse plants.  

Horticulture oriented seminars and workshops and docent-led tours are scheduled every year.  See the Event Schedule. Private tours for groups of five or more available on request. Open Strolling Day on Sundays from late spring to mid-summer attract those who just want to stroll the Garden on their own. The Garden is also available to educators as an outdoor classroom and those conducting scientific research projects. 

Contact Us to request more information or arrange Garden access or private tour.

Giving Activity


Albers Vista Gardens Replenishing the planet one garden at a time through educational opportunities in a botanical paradise where the community can explore and be inspired to expand greenspaces.


Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens is run by volunteers!

From co-hosting Garden Open Days, to assisting with garden events, or getting your hands dirty with garden upkeep, or being a garden tour docent, you can support the Garden. Your talents and skills in

photography, newsletter production, data management, managing social media, member or volunteer coordination, community outreach, or fundraising can help the Garden grow and thrive.

Let us know how you’d like to contribute to our Mission by completing a Volunteer Form (

Organization Data


Organization name

Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens of Kitsap

Tax id (EIN)


Geography Served

Bremerton, North Mason, Port Orchard/South Kitsap, Silverdale/Central Kitsap, Poulsbo/North Kitsap, Gig Harbor, Bainbridge Island

Annual Revenue

Under $50,000

BIPOC Serving

Asian or Asian American, Multiracial, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Native American or American Indian, Middle Eastern or North African, Hispanic, Latino or Latinx, African American/Black


Arts & Culture, Community Improvement, Education, Environment


124 E 31ST ST



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