BECAUSE WE LOVE STEWARDSHIP

ONE ISLAND. MANY PARKS. MANY MORE HANDS.

Bainbridge Island enjoys more than 1,500 acres of public parkland, much of it preserved in its natural state for passive use and enjoyment. To visit many Bainbridge parks is to leave the built world behind and and pass through the swaying grasses of a peaceful meadow, be enveloped by a woodland of majestic Northwest firs, or stroll a pristine beach along the quiet shores of Puget Sound.

These beautiful lands require ongoing stewardship to keep the forests and fields heathy and invasive species like ivy, holly and other nuisance plants at bay. The Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation is proud to promote the care and restoration of these precious public resources.

Our innovative programs like Nonprofits Helping Parks and Student Conservation Corps focus energy and resources on our natural park areas. We partner with Bainbridge Metro Parks on volunteer work days like the MLK Day of Service, Earth Day and other events. We also provide support for the Earth Corps jobs program and the popular weed-eating goats.

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