Douglas County is home to some of the best intact shrub-steppe habitat in the state and one of two populations of Sage Grouse remaining in the state. Land Trust conservation easements can allow the continuation of farming and grazing while maintaining and enhancing wildlife habitat in natural areas.

In 2021, the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and generous landowners opened 10 miles of hiking trails in Cashmere, known as Cashmere Canyons Preserve.

The Entiat River Valley’s dramatic landscape is home to a variety of native plants and wildlife.

Connect with nature and with your community on a guided hike at Jacobson Preserve. This is a great place to visit with various trail options, beautiful wildflowers in the spring, and great for wildlife watching.

Enjoy the last day of summer, connecting with nature and your community, on a guided hike along the Sage Hills Trails.

Would you like to develop your trail building skills?  Signup for TREAD's free Trail School!  TREAD is putting on a 2-day school to provide local volunteers with the opportunity to learn trail building and maintenance skills.  Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has been worki

Salmon return to the place they were born, to mate and spawn before they die.

Join the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and Wenatchee River Institute on this great day hike up Mountain Home Ridge!

The summer solstice gives the Wenatchee Valley 15 hours and 58 minutes of sunlight. Let's celebrate with an evening walk Up & Over Saddle Rock.