PROTECTING, PRESERVING, AND RESTORING URBAN ECOSYSTEMS IN OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON
FROM THE SHORELINE TO RIPARIAN UPLANDS AND FORESTS
To protect, preserve, and restore the diverse ecosystems of Olympia, Washington that include the freshwater, shoreline, tidal waters, and upland forests that are home to the Pacific Great Blue Heron, cutthroat trout, salmon, and companion species. In coordination with community members, local agencies, and other non-profit groups, we work to ensure that these ecosystems remain vital in perpetuity. OlyEcoystems is organized exclusively for the above purpose under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code or any corresponding section of any future tax code.
Our vision is of thriving nature and a thriving community in a sustainable urban ecosystem, one that enables Olympia to prosper while caring for the South Puget Sound.
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A Vision for the Future
Rethinking Our City
We are re-envisioning Olympia to function as its natural ecosystem—fostering healthy places and people.
Give a Gift to Nature
With your gift, we can create a lasting legacy for nature and Olympia's citizens.
It's Happening Now in
The West Bay Woods
Olympia’s newest open space and conservation area is the West Bay Woods.