2020 Spring Dinner goes VIRTUAL!

October 1, 2020

SPRING DINNER became FALL DINNER became GPC’S FIRST EVER VIRTUAL CELEBRATION! While GPC usually celebrates its annual fundraiser in the spring, we postponed the event in compliance with Washington State’s health recommendations with high hopes that we might be able to gather in the fall. Although we are still unable to celebrate in person, GPC…

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What We Do

Great Peninsula Conservancy, your regional land trust, protects forever the natural habitats, rural landscapes and open space of the West Puget Sound.

Where We Work

The region of West Puget Sound is abundant in natural places with extraordinary beauty - pristine shorelines, quiet forests, streams teeming with salmon, wide open spaces and scenic farmlands.

Our region of conservation focus includes Kitsap, Gig Harbor, Key Peninsulas and north Mason County, Washington.

Read about a few of our few featured projects below, or visit our interactive map to explore all the places GPC is working to protect.

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Filucy Bay Preserve

Pierce County
Filucy Bay is an off-the-beaten-path tidal estuary near the southern tip of the Key Peninsula not far from the...
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Klingel-Bryan-Beard Wildlife Refuge

Mason County
Restoration at Klingel-Bryan-Beard Wildlife Refuge protects the Union River estuary and provides vital habitat to threatened Hood Canal summer...
Learn more Klingel-Bryan-Beard Wildlife Refuge

Sehmel Homestead Park

Pierce County
Great Peninsula Conservancy holds a conservation easement on 75 acres of the 98-acre park, which protects the pond, wetlands, meadow,...
Learn more Sehmel Homestead Park

Stay Home, Stay Healthy!

At this time, Great Peninsula Conservancy’s office is closed and all staff are working remotely.

Due to a temporary transition with our phone system, the best way to reach us is by emailing or contacting our staff at the link below.

Apologies for the inconvenience!

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