Saddle Rock Natural Area

Join Conservation Fellow, Susan Ballinger, to locate and take a series of photographs that allow CDLT to monitor post-fire recovery by native grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs. Assist with re-taking photos at 7 permanent photo points within the 2014 wildfire footprint on both Saddle Rock City Park and Jacobson Preserve.

WENATCHEE — Though normally prohibited, ATVs will be on Saddle Rock next week. GeoEngineers will use them for surveying as part of a project involving removing waste rock piles.

Consultants for the City of Wenatchee will be surveying and field testing at Saddle Rock Park the week of April 8th, 2019.

Learn how to use binoculars, compass, magnifying glass, an insect catcher, identify plants and animals, and learn about cool hikes in our valley. NCRL and CDLT will provide fun nature activities at the trailhead. Check out a nature backpack and nature books from the bookmobile.  Afterwards, considering taking your own hike up the trail.

NOTE:  Due to the rainy weather, we will be under the picnic shelters at Saddle Rock.

Hear a traditional story told in its spectacular setting. Join Colville tribal member Randy Lewis and author Bill Layman for a reading of their new book, Red Star and Blue Star Defeat Spexman.

This trip is full. Please contact Hillary (hillary@cdlandtrust.org or 509-667-9708) to join the waitlist.

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.