Klamath Lake Land Trust

Klamath Lake Land Trust (KLLT) has some updates from recent restoration projects. The 316 acre property along the Sprague River has had levees removed, over 15,000 riparian plants planted, native grass reseeding, and now development of a trail bed that will be planted this fall, along with interpretative signs. Below is a picture of a red winged blackbird and a western meadowlark using an aspen tree recently planted by the trust.
Fly fishing casting lessons along the Sprague River. Note the Gearhart Wilderness in the far background.
Below is a picture of the trail bed that runs along an old irrigation canal and creek down to the Sprague River. Please contact KLLT if you have ideas for the trail or want to volunteer to help plant this fall.
Klamath Lake Land Trust (KLLT) has some updates from recent restoration projects. The 316 acre property along the Sprague River has had levees removed, over 15,000 riparian plants planted, native grass reseeding, and now development of a trail bed that will be planted this fall, along with interpretative signs. Below is a picture of a red winged blackbird and a western meadowlark using an aspen tree recently planted by the trust

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