Rosenberg Conservation Easement
640 acres – This conservation easement was donated to LLTT in 1991. It is located near Caribou Wilderness Area and contains a portion of Upper Stephens Meadow. The meadow is surrounded by a basalt rock jumble supporting scrub aspen and forest stands dominated by lodgepole pine. It also includes a portion of the headwaters of Pine Creek which is the principal watercourse draining into Eagle Lake. It is believed to be the historical spawning and rearing habitat for Eagle Lake Trout.
Wemple Conservation Easement
39 acres – A developer purchased this conservation easement for a mitigation project, transferred the easement to LLTT and provided a stewardship endowment to monitor the easement. It is located on the northern tip of ‘The Island’ of Honey Lake. It is protected for Carson Wandering Skipper habitat, a federally listed endangered butterfly species. This property is alkaline scrub habitat dominated by salt grass and greasewood.