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Great Peninsula Conservancy volunteers experience the great outdoors while exploring their neighborhood and making new friends. Are you ready to get your feet wet? Here are a few ways to get involved.

Stewardship Volunteer

Stewardship is the heart of GPC’s mission. Tasks include:

  • Annual Property Monitoring
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Tree Planting/Invasive Plant Control
  • Trash pickup

If you are ready to spend some time outdoors and get your hands dirty, become a stewardship volunteer! GPC sponsors several stewardship events a year across the peninsula. Visit our events page to see upcoming opportunities, or if you are interested in property monitoring, head here to find out more about becoming a land steward.

Work Parties on GPC Preserves!

Begin your day outside! Visit our events page for regular opportunities to get help steward Great Peninsula Conservancy preserves. Work parties are an opportunity for nature enthusiasts to gather and explore preserves that may not regularly be open to the public, learn about current practices in land care and stewardship, and interact with the natural beauty of our region.  

Locations range from our preserves in North Kitsap County down to the Tahuya and Key Peninsulas in the South Sound. Activities include invasive species management and follow-up care for tree planting sites. For more information on upcoming locations and activities, visit our events page 

We look forward to getting outside with you! 

Special Event Volunteer

Photo by Jess Lessard

GPC hosts several member events throughout the year from walks and talks to our annual Spring Dinner, and we can always use a helping hand. Check out our events page and then contact us to find out more details about how you can get involved.

Office Volunteer

We are a small staff and from time to time we need extra assistance in our office doing tasks that range from envelope stuffing to preparing packets and filing. If you prefer to keep your feet dry and work inside, contact us for upcoming ways to help.