For the past 20 years, Great Peninsula Conservancy has worked hard alongside community partners to protect more than 10,600 acres of ecologically important forests, estuaries, and salmon streams. Join us at Spring Dinner 2020 to celebrate local lands, waters, and the people working hard to protect them!
Featuring Mindy Roberts as Keynote Speaker
As leader of Washington Environmental Council's People For Puget Sound program, Mindy Roberts dedicates her time to improving and maintaining the health of our unique ecosystem. Mindy holds environmental engineering degrees from Berkeley (BS), MIT/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (MS), and UW (Ph.D.), and she specializes in tackling complex problems and communicating solutions with decisionmakers. Her latest essay contributions to the book We Are Puget Sound celebrated stories of hope from the Puget Sound region. Join us at GPC's Spring Dinner 2020 on April 30th to hear about Mindy's experience working alongside amazing Puget Sound partners to make the vision of this book a reality!
Featuring the book We Are Puget Sound
Created in partnership with Washington Environmental Council and brought to life by a coalition of Northwest partners, We Are Puget Sound provides inspiration as well as actions individuals and businesses can take to reverse these trends. Experience the region on this stunning visual journey through the complex web of marine and terrestrial wildlife, regional economies of fishing and agriculture, and through the lives of the people who call this place home. Essays by writer David Workman, Suquamish Tribe chairman Leonard Forsman, and WEC Puget Sound program leader Mindy Roberts, alongside striking images from Brian Walsh and more than a dozen other professional photographers bring this place to life. The book will be available for sale at GPC's Spring Dinner 2020 event!
Things to look forward to at Spring Dinner 2020
Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC) is an accredited nonprofit land trust protecting the natural habitats, rural landscapes, and open spaces of west Puget Sound. Great Peninsula Conservancy has helped protect more than 10,600 acres in Kitsap, Mason, and west Pierce County. Our mission is to conserve vibrant forests, streams, shorelines and community greenspaces for the next generation.
We're excited to celebrate with you at Great Peninsula Conservancy's Spring Dinner 2020. A registration confirmation is on its way to your inbox now. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Claire Voris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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