Cowiche Canyon Conservancy, Yakima, WA


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Protecting our shrub-steppe and
connecting people to this vanishing landscape

Welcome to Cowiche Canyon Conservancy—escape to tree-shrouded streams, sage-dotted slopes, dramatic cliffs and abundant wildlife.   We are a land trust originally founded in 1985 to preserve Cowiche Canyon,   a treasure trove of the natural world in south Central Washington.  Located just west of Yakima, Cowiche Canyon Conservancy now owns and manages 5,000 acres and offers close to 30 miles of trails through sage and grasslands, flowering meadows, oak woodlands, and basalt cliffs.  Cowiche Creek flows through our ownerships, replete with salmon, beavers, crayfish, great blue herons, and myriad other wildlife drawn to water in our arid lands.

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Cowiche Canyon Conservancy’s work is to:

  • Conserve the natural lands of our area
  • Manage, improve and expand a high quality recreation experience through a non-motorized trail network
  • Offer educational opportunities through guided hikes, lectures, and field-based learning
  • Participate in the well-being of our community


Home Grown

Home Grown Art Exhibit
Images and sounds inspired by home.
A collaboration with Yakima Symphony Orchestra
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SAVE THE DATE

April 24, 2016
Cowiche Canyon Rocks
Yakima Area Arboretum

Cowiche Canyon Rocks 2016
Hike at Snow Mountain Ranch: Artist, Sara Cate


2,900 Acres Protected!

South Rim Trail Update

 

Commercial Use Policy:  Commercial use of Cowiche Canyon properties is by permission only. Certain conditions will apply.

Photograph by David Hagen

Cowiche Canyon Conservancy
P.O. Box 877
Yakima, Washington 98907
Tel. (509) 248-5065
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