The Oak Harbor Garry Oak Society is incredibly thankful for the generous support of donors and sponsors who make Garry oak outreach, education, and preservation on Whidbey Island possible. If you are interested in exploring a sponsorship with the Society, please contact us, or consider donating online today. Thank you!
Individual donors and members are the heart of the society. They have provided the means to plant and protected hundreds of Garry oaks on Whidbey Island. From one-time donations to the purchase of oak wood fundraising items and everything in between – THANK YOU to everyone who took action so the Garry oaks on Whidbey Island will live on for today and tomorrow.
Organizations & Businesses
These organizations and businesses have helped to support the work of the Oak Harbor Garry Oak Society – we are very grateful for the impact they have made. Please consider supporting them so that they may continue to support our work.
Island Thrift has been a key supporter of the Oak Harbor Garry Oak Society, helping us to purchase books for kids, equipment for a tree inventory, and aftercare of planted trees. Please support Island Thrift with your donations and patronage.
The Garry Oak Gallery in Downtown Oak Harbor has been incredibly generous in selling our wood craft items which directly provide the means for planting Garry oak trees in our community.
The Pacific Rim Institute has been a direct supporter of the restoration of the Oak Harbor Post Office Native Plant Garden. They have been most generous in sharing native flowers, grasses and shrubs.
Crystal Creek Logistics of Ferndale, WA is a top corporate society sponsor by providing the means to plant hundreds of Garry oak trees in our community for the benefit of our planet and future generations.
The 3 Sisters Farm has generously sold some of our Garry oak wood craft items for us in their cute market store on the shores of Penn Cove, helping to fund Garry oak planting and community programs in the Oak Harbor area.
The Washington Native Plant Society Salal Chapter has generously donated native plants such as shooting star, chocolate lily, fawn lily, and red paintbrush for our native plant education and restoration efforts at the Post Office Native Plant Garden and Smith Park.