Peaks to Creeks Initiative

Community-Based Conservation at its Finest

Peaks to Creeks consists of 558 acres in two parcels – one along the banks of Tenmile Creek and the other on Sevenmile Creek. Public access in the urban boundary to our waterways didn’t exist previously but thanks to this acquisition, two miles of creek frontage will be available and accessible for all. Due to the diverse set of partners and stakeholder values that this project brings, the Land Trust Alliance hailed this project as one of the top community conservation projects in the western US. Through conservation, PPLT seeks to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve and in addition to the conservation benefits for the water resources, open space, and habitat and stream restoration opportunities. This acquisition will also provide:

The Funders of the Peaks to Creek Initiative

The acquisition of the land at Tenmile Creek and Sevenmile Creek was made possible because of these funders. Thank you!

Army Compatible Use Buffer program

The Conservation Fund

Lewis and Clark County Open Space Bond program

Read more about the restoration projects at the Sevenmile Creek parcel:
Read more about the community park at the Tenmile Creek parcel:
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