Local families have created their conservation legacies in very special ways in our communities.  From facilitating the creation of a new city park to adding open space to a beloved Pullman landmark, learn more about these public spaces and their conservation roots:

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Berman Creekside Park, Moscow, ID

Berman Creekside Park in Moscow exists thanks to the vision and legacy of Katrina Berman.  Learn more about the Land Trust's first conservation project here.  


Sunnyside Park Addition, Pullman, WA

Pullman's treasured Sunnyside Park received an amazing addition of 1-acre of natural space thanks to Elinor McCloskey, a life-long Pullman resident.  Learn about Elinor's conservation legacy here.

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Rabbit Hills Preserve (now part of the PCEI campus!)

Spanning 8 acres in the middle of residential Moscow, Rabbit Hills Preserve is a refuge for wildlife of all species.  Featuring a fruit orchard, multiple ponds home to many aquatic species, and dense thickets to support birds, mammals, and reptiles of all kinds.  Accessible and open to the public via the Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute Nature Center.