Kitsap County is such a beautiful place to live! With all of the growth, how do we maintain our ecological value and practice a high level of stewardship for the natural beauty surrounding us?
Today we are speaking with Nathan Daniel with Great Peninsula Conservatory. Nathan has dedicated himself to conserving ecologically valuable lands in our region since he joined GPC as Executive Director in 2019. He has over a decade of experience in non-profit management focusing on the protection and restoration of public lands. He holds a master’s degree in Environmental Science from Ohio University where he worked to reintroduce American chestnut trees to their native habitat. Much of his work has focused on connecting people to nature through community science programs. When he’s not at his keyboard, you’ll find Nate and his partner Kim out sauntering through the forest, field guides and binoculars at the ready.