Key Peninsula-Gig Harbor-Islands Watershed Council
The mission of the Key Peninsula-Gig Harbor-Islands (KGI) Watershed Council is to foster wise stewardship of the KGI Watershed. The Council provides educational programs, outreach, and workshops for watershed residents and encourages the collaboration and involvement of all watershed residents and businesses.
You can find the council at a variety of outreach events this year including:
Livable Community Fair at Key Peninsula Civic Center (May 6)
Donkey Creek Chum Fest (Nov.18)
2017 Focus Areas
The council identified the following focus areas during the 2017 annual retreat:
Islands in the watershed (Fox, Anderson, Ketron, Raft, Cutts, Herron, McNeil)
Conservation of valuable habitats
If you are looking for funds to implement a small project in the watershed, check out the small grants program!
The Council hosts monthly meetings and an annual retreat. All meetings are open and welcome the public. When: Typically held on the third Tuesday of each month from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Where: Peninsula Light Co. Business Office, 13315 Goodnough Dr. NW, Purdy, WA 98332
Natural Yard Care and Vegetable Gardening Workshops