| Why it is a Conservation Priority
This 315-acre farm eight miles northwest of Fairfield and near the base of the Soldier Mountains grows hay, barley, and has grown wheat and grass seed in the past. But its magic is found mostly along a mile of the west fork of Three Mile Creek and in the slough that meanders near the western boundary. A plant survey done by the Wood River Land Trust identified over 300 kinds of plants on the property. Numerous types of birds, antelope, ducks, deer and fox have lived there. A public access trail that runs parallel to the West Fork along Three Mile Creek provides people with the opportunity to divulge in research, hiking, birding, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, and photography on this beautiful property.
Restoration & Improvement Goals:
None at this time.
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