Burr (2008) 314 acres
Along Buck Creek in Jefferson County, this conservation easement is directly adjacent to KLT’s existing Johnson, 2004 and Johnson-Engleman, 2004 easements (see 2004 below). Now, 837 total contiguous acres are forever protected as wildlife habitat, riparian buffer, and open space.
Johnson (2004) 276 acres
The Johnson easement features riparian woodlands and crop land with some replanted native grass and beautiful rock outcrops. The easement protects property on both sides of Buck Creek.
Johnson/Engleman (2004) 247 acres
The Johnson/Engleman easement adjoins the Johnson easement, forming one continuous protected area along the banks of Buck Creek and the surrounding hills. The property features riparian woodlands and crop land with some replanted native grass and beautiful rock outcrops.
Miller (2006) 61 acres
The Miller easement protects a tract of native tallgrass prairie. This property contains agricultural soils of federal and statewide importance and possesses natural, agricultural, scenic, ecological, and open space values.