River Springs project acquired as a conservation easement
A popular 40 acre piece of land near the highway 22 bridge in Wilson and along the Snake River has been acquired by The Jackson Hole Land Trust and The LOR Foundation. It’s currently a popular access point for boating and swimming. The President of the Jackson Hole Land Trust Board Pete Lawton says they hope to do a variety of things with the property.
“There is another piece of property across from it called Emily’s pond. A similar type of idea where we could have some ponds in there, possibly fishing for kids, walking paths…etc.”
The Conservation fund provided bridge financing to finalize the deal. Area residents call it a very important acquisition.