Conservation And Land Stewardship

Hairpin Ranch Conservation Forterra

Hairpin Ranch

Conserved 274 acres of working land north of Ellensburg through a conservation easement on Hairpin Ranch. The easement allows the property to remain working land – no matter the owner.

Cowiche Creek, Elk, Forterra

Cowiche Creek

In collaboration with partners, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the 4,500 acres of Cowiche Creek is now permanently protected and part of the larger Oak Creek Wildlife Area.

Forest and streams protected in Union River area

Another 255 acres of prime forestland near Tiger and Mission lakes will be protected from development under a conservation easement purchased with $480,000 in state funds. Read the full article online or download the PDF.

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