Below we’ve featured some of our voluntary conservation agreement, also known as a conservation easement, projects that we completed in partnership with local landowners. SCLT focuses on protecting working ranches, wildlife habitat, and open space in Sheridan County.

If you are a landowner interested in learning more about conservation options for your property?

click >>here, call 307-673-4702, or email director@sheridanclt.org

If you’re interested in learning more about how conservation easements work, click >>here.

Sheridan Heights Ranch

Sheridan Heights Ranch

  • Access: 3 public access recreation trails
  • Fun Fact : 10 species of raptors
  • Conserved: 476+ acres
  • Established: 2019
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Deer Haven

Deer Haven

  • Closed: January, 2019
  • Fun Fact: 1.5 miles of Wolf Creek
  • Conserved: 113 acres
  • 9th and 10th conservation easement
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North Gateway

North Gateway

  • Closed: 2016
  • Fun Fact: Now a City of Sheridan park
  • Conserved: 31 acres
  • 8th conservation easement
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Legacy Land and Cattle

Legacy Land and Cattle

  • Closed: June, 2015
  • Fun Fact: Conserved key Greater Sage-Grouse habitat
  • Conserved: 528 acres
  • 7th conservation easement
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Land Conservation

McMeans Tongue River

  • Closed: November, 2013
  • Fun Fact: First conservation subdivision
  • Conserved: 80 acres
  • 6th conservation easement
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Soldier Ridge

Soldier Hills, Soldier Ridge

  • Closed: March, 2012
  • Fun Fact: Most of the Soldier Ridge visible for miles around
  • Conserved: 1,154 acres
  • 4th and 5th conservation easement
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