Explore Tahuya River Preserve

Saving the Places You Love

Photo Credit: Don Willott

Protecting Our Lands

Photo Credit: Jess Lessard

Protecting Our Waters

Protecting Open Spaces, Forever.


June Work Party: Clear Creek Trail
June 21, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Walk and Talk: Bee Friendly
June 22, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Key Pen Parks 20th Anniversary Celebration
June 22, 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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.

Newberry Woods Community Forest

Kitsap County
With stunning views of Hood Canal, the Newberry Woods Community Forest contains 1.5 miles of the salmon-bearing Little Anderson Creek and is home to trees that
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Grovers Creek Preserve Expansion Project

Towered by hemlock, alder, spruce, and cedar, a peaceful mossy oasis lies at the heart of nearly 40 acres of undeveloped land next to one of
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Grovers Creek Preserve

Kitsap County
Under the forest canopy of Grovers Creek Preserve are streams and wetland pools releasing a year-round flow of clean cold water, making this a critical
Learn More Grovers Creek Preserve