Spiva Butte Nature Preserve

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Quick Facts
Property Name
Spiva Butte Nature Preserve
currently private
Public Access
Conservation Values
shrub-steppe habitat, sage grouse, wildlife habitat

The Spiva Butte Preserve consists of some of the most pristine shrub-steppe habitat left in Washington. The 1,396-acre preserve provides critical habitat for one of the last two viable Sage Grouse populations remaining in the state. With its three springs, four-acre lake and miles of riparian corridors, the healthy habitat of the Preserve is home to an amazing diversity of birds and wildlife.

Chelan-Douglas Land Trust is currently working with the private landowner to purchase and permanently protect this gem. We will be applying for a state grant in Spring 2018 that requires a 1:1 match, and are working to secure private donations for this match. If you would like to help protect this property, contact the Land Trust at sharon@cdlandtrust.org or contact Valerie Tarico at valerietarico@hotmail.com.  

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