Farms and ranches
The North Coast is home to iconic California landscapes—redwood forests and stunning coastal bluffs. The land also supports salmon runs, the state's largest timber economy, and provides habitat for the Northern spotted owl.
Buffalo Hill Farm—located fifteen miles south of Worcester—has a rich history. Built in 1910, this 130-acre farm was the former summer home of Dr. Elliott P. Joslin, founder of the Joslin Diabetes Center.
A significant portion of historic Buffalo Hill Farm, the former summer home of Dr. Elliott P. Joslin and Elizabeth D.
A 34-acre Stonington, Conn. farm property overlooking the Mystic River, could be conserved for recreation, habitat protection, and connections to other natural areas, the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center and The Trust for Public Land announced today.
The Trust for Public Land is working to bring into public ownership 43 acres wedged between Kremer Lake—a popular deep-water trout lake—and the Edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway in the heart of northern Minnesota's Chippewa National Forest.
Located on a particularly scenic portion of the Northern California coastline, Point Arena is known for dramatic coastal shelves, steep bluffs and spring-fed waterfalls.
Once approved for 5,000 new homes, Yuba Highlands is an iconic California landscape of rolling grasslands and scattered oaks.
The Gecho Ranch in the heart of the Madison Valley has 1,406 acres of grazing land, valuable wildlife habitat, and stunning views of the Madison Range—including the iconic Sphinx Mountain.
Located along Highway 50 in central Colorado, Hutchinson Ranch has been a working cattle operation for six generations.