Work is underway for the annual Fall For Fish fundraiser Oct. 7th at Island Lake Park in Poulsbo. We like to call it our annual FUN-raiser. That’s because it’s a celebration of all we have done together and all the great things ahead!
The Rhododendron Preserve has a long history, from the original homestead family’s land to the many partners that have made the growth of the Preserve possible through purchases of surrounding parcels.
The Foundation is committed to keeping our Rhododendron Preserve wild. We work to balance public access with providing a safe and natural place for the wild creatures that call the […]
The Foundation plays an active role in supporting conservation-focused non-profit organizations that have programs and activities that protect and restore landscapes and waterways in the Salish Sea region through the Community Grants program.
Over the years, the Foundation has actively added acreage to the Rhododendron Preserve and today it totals more than 500 acres including conservation easements.
The Foundation was excited to participate in the Kitsap Water Festival again this year. This wonderful event brings 3rd and 4th graders from throughout the county to the Kitsap County Fairgrounds for a day of learning about water and how important it is.
Norm Winn was a beloved long-time board member who was an incredible advocate for conservation, the outdoors and the Preserve.
The smolt traps are incredibly helpful tools. They capture smolts running through Wildcat and Lost Creeks just before they join together at the convergent zone to become Chico Creek
Statement from Mindy Roberts, Board of Directors Secretary, Keta Legacy Foundation, also known as the Mountaineers Foundation, on outcome of Mountaineers’ move to force access to Foundation land
For the Keta Legacy Foundation, also known as the Mountaineers Foundation, our top priority continues to be protecting our decades of stewardship and expansion of the Rhododendron Preserve
At the Foundation, we believe education should connect the learner. It should be interesting. It should engage the senses. When a student goes home after a field trip at our Rhododendron Preserve, we want them to be brimming with excitement about what they experienced and what they learned.
The January and March Hidden Valley planting events provided an opportunity for the Preserve Committee to meet four candidates for the 2023 Foundation internships.