The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust relies on an army of volunteers to achieve its mission
hether you call the Wenatchee Valley home or have visited here, you have been impacted by the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust’s work to maintain or open recreational access to some of the area’s most iconic landscapes. The group and its 1,200-plus members have worked on land projects that include Saddle Rock, the Wenatchee Foothills and 6,439 acres of scenic areas. Started in 1985 as an entirely volunteer organization out of a personal residence, the CDLT now has a staff of nine and an office at 18 N. Wenatchee Avenue. The change to the downtown location in 2010 was a strategic move by executive director Bob Bugert and the organization’s Brad Lane photo board memThe Land Trust opened its downtown bers. In essence, they wanted the Wenatchee office in 2010.
May / June 2015
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