331 Acres, Established 2019. Private Property. Limited Public Access. Conservation Values: The Deer Creek Park Forest Reserve Conservation Easement consists of nine parcels totaling approximately 331 acres. The Property consists of montane conifer-hardwood, and provides habitat for a variety of wildlife species.
1,459 Acres. Established 2016. Public access allowed. Conservation Values: Forest productivity, climate change research, headwaters protection This land has been transferred from PG&E to the Center of Forestry at UC Berkeley. The land will be managed by the same team who runs the Blodgett Research Forest in Georgetown. Climate change research will be a main focus…
350 Acres, 2006. Private property. No public access. The Roth Forest Conservation Easement is a working forest located east of North San Juan near Graniteville where the property owner continues to sustainably manage the property for timber production. Bloody Run Creek flows year round through the northen section of the property and bear frequent this area.
106 Acres, 2012. Private property. No public access. This 106-acre high elevation forest preserve on Bowman Lake Road enforces the forest stewardship ethic of the property owners. So, they generously donated a conservation easement for 106 acres to be protected forever.