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Connecting People to the Land, One Shrub at a Time

Community conservation in action!

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Mount Dean Stone project map: Phases I, II and III

Excited about our Mount Dean Stone project? So are we! Take a look at our most recent project map.

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Route of the Olympian Trail: One Section Closer to Complete

Last week, Five Valleys transfered a key section of Route of the Olympian trail to the US Forest Service. This brings the trail one step closer to connecting with the world-famous Hiawatha Trail.

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Teague-Woodworth Meadows Conservation Easement

Located in the lush and wild Woodworth Meadows area, Five Valleys' newest conservation easement will protect priceless agricultural lands, wildlife habitat and open space.

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Amber Sherrill

"Growing up in a city, I am so thankful our daughters get to grow up in a place that they can hike and bike out their back door, where they are able to see and understand our need for working farms and wild lands."

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December 22, 2016

Amber Sherrill

December 20, 2016

Isbell-Blue Heron Project

December 15, 2016

Denny Iverson

December 8, 2016

Paul Roos

December 1, 2016

Ciche Pitcher

November 28, 2016

An Open Space Legacy

November 21, 2016

Joe Boyer

November 18, 2016

Sue and Randy Peterson

November 17, 2016

Mike Foote

November 4, 2016

Bob Hayes

April 25, 2016

Wildflowers Thriving

August 31, 2015

Honoring Open Lands


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