Hansville Greenway Highlands

The Hansville Greenway in North Kitsap is a corridor of over 250 acres of county-owned natural areas, trail easements, and conservation easements. At the end of 2021, Great Peninsula Conservancy, the Hansville Greenway Association, and Hansville community members implemented a $2.15 million capital campaign to acquire 100 acres to expand the Greenway. In January 2022, GPC purchased the property, ensuring permanent preservation of the wildlife habitat, open space, and community trail system. This purchase will allow restoration of the land, connect neighborhoods, expand hiking opportunities, and help protect the land for future generations.

Great Peninsula Conservancy will partner with Hansville Greenway volunteers to extend the Greenway trails and begin the work to return this property to a healthy forest. Additional trails will be part of the Hansville Greenway network. Since the land was previously logged and replanted with Douglas fir, the partners will prioritize a restoration and replanting plan.

Want to continue to support the efforts? Sign up for volunteer emails with the Hansville Greenway. Or, make a gift for the restoration work.

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Trail Features: https://hansvillegreenway.org/trail-conditions/.


The preservation of this property was made possible by Hansville community volunteers, the Hansville Greenway Association, and the 284 donors who together raised $2,150,000 in two months. They are honored and acknowledged here: Recognition List.