| Why It Is A Conservation Priority
This easement of 920 acres was donated in 2000, located in Southeast Bellevue Triangle. Riparian and wetland habitat associated with Silver Creek are located on the property, which support wildlife and fish for recreational use. This habitat also supports additional wildlife for a neighboring nature preserve. The property supports extensive wintering grounds for elk, deer, moose, and birds. Neighboring species of concern such as bald eagle, trumpeter swan, and sculpin have been identified, protecting this land is important to the health and growth of these species. A portion of the land is used for agriculture, and is considered prime farmland, the agriculture in sustained through best management practices.
Restoration & Improvement Goals:
None at this time.
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