| Why It Is A Conservation Priority:
This easement was donated in two parts, one in 2000 and another in 2004. It is located two miles south of the city of Ketchum and totals about 84 acres. It is close to other protect lands which creates a continuous open space for wildlife. It includes a stretch of the river that was been re-stabilized and management helps control flooding and erosion. It is home to the threatened Wood River sculpin. The beautiful surrounding riparian area is made up of grasses, cottonwoods, willows, and dogwoods.This type of land provides habitat for a variety of fish and wildlife, including elk, deer, moose, cougar, and bald eagle. There is a path allowing for fishing access on the west side of the river open to the general public.
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