Spring Dinner 2019

Great Peninsula Conservancy’s Spring Dinner has become a community celebration of the natural wonders of the Great Peninsula, a rallying point for our collective efforts to conserve its lands and wildlife, and an important source of revenue to support GPC’s conservation work.

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Save the Date

May 2nd, 2019

6-9 pm @ Kiana Lodge

14976 Sandy Hook Rd NE

Poulsbo, WA 98370

 

Keynote Speaker Guido Rahr

Guido Rahr, President and CEO of Wild Salmon Center

Guido Rahr is the President and CEO of Wild Salmon Center. Under Mr. Rahr’s leadership, Wild Salmon Center has developed scientific research, habitat protection and fisheries improvement projects in dozens of rivers in Japan, the Russian Far East, Alaska, British Columbia and the US Pacific Northwest, raising over $100 million in grants, establishing eight new conservation organizations, and protecting eight million acres of habitat including public lands management designations and eight new large scale habitat reserves on key salmon rivers across the Pacific Rim.  GPC is excited to have Guido Rahr serving as our Spring Dinner 2019 keynote speaker.  The title of his talk “From Kamchatka to Puget Sound: the fate of salmon in the 21st century” promises to be an educational and inspirational finish to our celebratory evening.

We want to celebrate with you!  Support the lands and waters of the Great Peninsula on May 2nd at Kiana Lodge.  You bring the funds, we’ll bring the fun. 

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