Wenatchee River Valley

FULL - Wow, that filled up quick! Check out some of our other volunteer opportunities.

Join us at our recently acquired, not-yet-open-to-the-public Lower Sleepy Hollow property. The work will involve cutting and removing invasive Himalayan Blackberry stems then digging out roots. We plan to work from 10:00 - 12:00 pm on 9/23/2021.

Are you looking for a hands-on way to positively impact our lands in just two hours?  Do you like to get outside in the company of other like-minded folks?  Consider signing up to join the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust for our Wednesday Weed Warrior knapweed pulls this spring, listed below.

This event is FULL! Thank you for your interest. Please check out one of our other events this spring.

This event is FULL! Thank you for your interest. Please check out one of our other events this spring.

Tracy Bowerman PhD gives this presentation about Pacific Salmon for the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust.

Make a Difference Day is a world-wide movement where people come together to make their community a better place.  For Wenatchee Valley's 30th Make A Difference Day this year on Saturday, October 24th, CDLT and Team Naturaleza invite you to join us at the Jacobson Preserve, spreading sagebrush woodchips that will keep the trail mud-fre

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

If you've got old CEDAR boards from a deck, barn, etc.,  5 ft. to 8 ft in length, we want them! We'll even come pick them up.

CDLT is building a privacy screen for the neighbors at our Lower Sleepy Hollow Preserve. If you have boards to donate, please contact Susan Ballinger at (509) 669 -7820.

What might a rusty shovel, an old wooden door, barn wood or a sheet of metal look like in its next life?

The Land Trust is looking for donations of rusted, damaged, interesting metal and old wood cast-off materials.

WENATCHEE — The Horse Lake Trail Runs scheduled for May 9 have been postponed until September 19 as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, RunWenatchee announced in a press release Tuesday.