This land provides wildlife habitat, open natural space, and adds to the conserved land in Number 1 and Number 2 Canyons in the Wenatchee Foothills.The Land Trust purchases 105 acres of the popular Sage Hills trail from the Lester family.The Pioneer Village is constructed of twenty original pioneer structures dating back to the late 1800’s, complete with interior artifacts, to provide an accurate “snapshot” of life the way it was in simpler times.The Chelan County Historical Museum houses treasures of historical interest for young and old alike.Each parcel is high-priority salmon habitat and each adjoins other properties that the CDLT owns.
Because you know, most females don’t have jobs of their own and this is 1865. If you show up to my house looking like a stripper, I will make you go away.
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Ownership of this property plus 32 acres of the Sage Hills trail was transferred to the City of Wenatchee in Feb. CDLT still actively plays a role in managing the trail system.