GPC Protects Tahuya River Property!
This July, GPC acquired a property along the Tahuya River, permanently protecting a mile of river flowing through 145 acres of floodplain and forest! This project was a high priority due to it’s high restoration potential and strategic location. Funding for this property came from the Washington Department of Ecology’s Streamflow program and State Salmon Recovery Funding Board. This is a spectacular acquisition and has tremendous conservation value for Hood Canal salmon, wildlife, and people!
We are still accepting applications for members of the Community Forest Advisory Team until Wednesday, July 26! Request an application today!
The 202-acre Newberry Woods Community Forest (NWCF) is protected for its conservation values, and will be used for preservation, restoration, education, public recreation, and engagement. The purpose of the community forest is to benefit the community directly - whether through protecting wildlife habitat and clean water, offering economic benefits, hosting educational fieldtrips and tours, or creating a space for community events... the list goes on.
The short- and long-term management of Newberry Woods Community Forest depends on community engagement and input – we want yours!
August Clear Creek Task Force Meeting
During the next several months, Great Peninsula Conservancy will be assisting the Clear Creek Task Force in recruiting more volunteers and forming a new leadership team. All are welcome to join this upcoming meeting to start the process; no RSVP required.
The next meeting is on Thursday August 3rd, 5:30-7pm. Join at the Clear Creek Sa’qad Interpretive Center or via Zoom. The Task Force meets the first Thursday of the month.
Join Great Peninsula Conservancy for Second Wednesday Work Parties! This August we will be heading over to Grovers Creek Preserve on Wednesday, August 9th from 9-11:30am, to build habitat piles and invite wildlife back to the younger forests of the preserve. Contribute to one of GPC’s most ambitious restoration projects, learn about habitat restoration in young forests and hang out with your fellow nature enthusiasts in this morning of stewardship! Learn more and sign up below!
Questions? Email Beatrice at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the GPC team for a family friendly Walk & Talk Saturday, July 29th from 9-11am to explore and learn about conservation efforts at Klingel-Bryan-Beard Wildlife Refuge. Learn more and sign up below!