Upcoming Events


Self-Guided Tours
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Listed below are some ideas and resources for some great self-guided outings.

Seeing Salmon - 12 Local Spots from Leavenworth to Oroville  download brochure here

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Make a Difference Day at Horse Lake Reserve
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Horse Lake Reserve Trailhead

National Make A Difference Day brings community service to a whole new level each year. Organizations join forces on the fourth Saturday in October to make a difference, big or small. This year the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust invites you to plant native bunchgrass seedlings at Horse Lake Reserve for a restoration project.


Make A Difference Day with Foster Creek Conservation District & CDLT

The 2020 Pearl Hill fire scorched over 200,000 acres in Northern Douglas County, including some of the most important habitat for Washington’s rare and imperiled greater sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). This species relies on healthy stands of Wyoming big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata spp. Wyomingensis) for food and protection throughout the year.


36th Annual Celebration (Virtual Event)
7:00 - 8:00 pm

The Annual Celebration Dinner is once again going virtual! Get an update from Land Trust leadership on how the year has gone, accomplishments made possible by the support of our members, and a sneak peek at the year to come. 

Curt Soper, Executive Director, and Bruce Williams, Board President, will share a year in review, and a look at our new 5-year strategic plan.


Natural Science Illustration: Columbia Basin Ecology
1:00-3:00 pm
Saddle Rock Trailhead shelter

You are warmly invited to join CDLT and artist-conservationist Jeanne Dodds for a two-hour workshop exploring local native Columbia Basin plants, wildlife and places. You will explore Wenatchee area ecology through the visual arts, learning about natural science illustration techniques including graphite drawing and watercolor.


Work at Nason Creek Alcove
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Nason Creek Rest Stop

About Nason Creek - Every year, endangered Spring Chinook and threatened steelhead migrate up hundreds of miles of river, making their way to Nason Creek. Join Cascade Fisheries and Chelan-Douglas Land Trust for light to moderate work that includes a variety of tasks such as removing invasive plants, seed collecting, and brush clearing.


Make a Difference Day at Horse Lake Reserve
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Horse Lake Reserve Trailhead

National Make A Difference Day brings community service to a whole new level each year. Organizations join forces on the fourth Saturday in October to make a difference, big or small. This year the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust invites you to plant native bunchgrass seedlings at Horse Lake Reserve for a restoration project.


Make A Difference Day with Foster Creek Conservation District & CDLT

The 2020 Pearl Hill fire scorched over 200,000 acres in Northern Douglas County, including some of the most important habitat for Washington’s rare and imperiled greater sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). This species relies on healthy stands of Wyoming big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata spp. Wyomingensis) for food and protection throughout the year.


Environmental Film & Speaker Series: Why Bears?
7-9pm

Join online for a family-friendly presentation and film “Why Bears?” with Dr. Chris Servheen. Dr.