We envision a flourishing creation with reconciled relationships between our Creator, humans and natural ecosystems
PRI equips people and communities to live sustainably and care for creation
We achieve this through:
* actively enhancing the quality and biodiversity of our natural ecosystems - habitat restoration with federal, tribal, state and private partners throughout the Puget Sound - we help restore National Park lands, tribal lands, vulnerable Navy lands, Protection Island, private yards and gardens and more.
* engaging and influencing our greater community through our work and our 175-acre jewel of Central Whidbey - using our facilities and 3 miles of trails as well as ~40 acres of active habitat restoration to engage and influence the public as well as leaders and policy makers
* facilitating enhanced knowledge, skills and attitudes for sustainable living - we choose active learning together with our constituency over linear "educating" - through practical workshops and courses, structured internships, volunteer opportunities for skill and knowledge building, citizen science and research, and more. It is about learning together, where threatened prairie and savanna, as well as forest are the classroom and laboratory