Great Peninsula Conservancy is an accredited nonprofit land trust dedicated to protecting the natural habitats, rural landscapes, and open spaces of the Great Peninsula region of West Puget Sound, Washington.
Great Peninsula Conservancy conserves vibrant forests, streams, shorelines and community greenspaces to help wildlife and people thrive. Together with our conservation community, we ensure wildlife and people enjoy the many benefits of nature well into the future. We commit to caring for the lands we protect to ensure wildlife and people enjoy the many benefits of nature well into the future. And we enrich lives by offering opportunities for people to experience nature close up.
To date we have preserved 11,000 acres of evergreen forests, salmon streams, marine shorelines, and community parks.
Our work is made possible by generous contributions from community members like you and by the willingness and passion of landowners to conserve their land.
In Great Peninsula Conservancy's Land Labs program, underserved students are taken to GPC preserves where they're taught hands-on science lessons and given the opportunity to build a lifelong connection with the natural world.
Great Peninsula Conservancy
Tax id (EIN)
Bremerton, North Mason, Port Orchard/South Kitsap, Silverdale/Central Kitsap, Poulsbo/North Kitsap, Gig Harbor
$500,000 - $1,999,999
African American/Black, Asian or Asian American, Hispanic, Latino or Latinx, Middle Eastern or North African, Native American or American Indian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Multiracial