It will guide future ownership and management of 38,000 acres in three different watersheds: Peshastin/Blewett, Chumstick and Nason Creek.Wenatchee Foothills Campaign concludes with $8.67 million raised from more than 600 donors — public and private institutions and foundations, businesses, government and private grants and individuals.
City of East Wenatchee purchases three parcels of the surplused land along the east side of the Loop Trail, thus preserving it from potential development.The land is owned by Washington State Department of Transportation and Chelan County.CDLT announces it is partnering with The Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy and Chelan County to develop an Upper Wenatchee Community Lands Plan(UWCLP).The Our Shoreline’s Future committee and the Land Trust continue efforts to work with the appropriate entities to implement the remaining recommendations.The Wenatchee Foothills Campaign goes public with Todd Kiesz, Eliot Scull and Rufus Woods sharing chairmanship.The "quiet campaign" of major donors has produced $6.38 million of the $8.145 million goal.
CDLT announces that an agreement has been reached with Priest Rapids Coordinating Committee (PRCC) to put on hold construction of any hatchery facilities along the White River.
The Land Trust purchases 105 acres of the popular Sage Hills trail from the Lester family.
This section of trail was the only privately-owned section of the Wenatchee Foothills trail system and was at risk for development.
As of 2013, only 12 percent of the nation’s 1,700 land trusts are accredited.
CDLT completes acquisition of 15 acres of spring Chinook spawning and rearing area along Nason Creek, combining three previously subdivided but undeveloped parcels, including 2,000 feet of stream bank.
Public meetings are conducted at Dryden, Leavenworth and Lake Wenatchee to gather input for the Upper Wenatchee Community Lands Plan.