Saddle Rock Natural Area

Did you know that gold mining is a huge part of Wenatchee’s history? Join geologist Brent Cunderla to explore the geology and history of mining at Saddle Rock and Dry Gulch. A short presentation at the trailhead will be followed by a 1.5-mile hike up Dry Gulch Road to see the evidence of mining on the ground.

This event is FULL - please give us a call (509-667-9708) or email us (hillary@cdlandtrust.org) to sign up for the waitlist.

NCW - With summer approaching, our foothills get hot and dry, and sometime wildfires ignite. Come find out how our local shrub-steppe habitat not only survives, but thrives, and how people fit into the picture.

It's HOT, DRY, and sometimes there is WILDFIRE! How do these plants do it? Find out how our local Shrub-steppe habitat not only survives, but thrives...and how WE fit in.

It's HOT, DRY, and sometimes there is WILDFIRE! How do these plants do it? Find out how our local Shrub-steppe habitat not only survives, but thrives...and how WE fit in.

It's HOT, DRY, and sometimes there is WILDFIRE! How do these plants do it? Find out how our local Shrub-steppe habitat not only survives, but thrives...and how WE fit in.

It's HOT, DRY, and sometimes there is WILDFIRE! How do these plants do it? Find out how our local Shrub-steppe habitat not only survives, but thrives...and how WE fit in.

Help our local schools get kids outside learning about science in a hands-on way! 

The Science Resource Center needs help with 1) Station Assistants for all 3 field experiences, 2) Nature Guides/Hike leaders for 5th grade field experiences, and 3) help with set-up and take-down for all 3 field experiences.

CDLT's Executive Director Curt Soper spent some time in Olympia recently, advocating for conservation in NCW. Read Senator Brad Hawkins' recent newsletter for more information.

This is you and your family's chance to try out one of winter’s most popular activities: snowshoeing!