Warm Springs Preserve
It is a rare opportunity to realize a community’s vision for a unique property.
Thanks to overwhelming community support, the City of Ketchum now owns 65 acres of open space for the community to enjoy in perpetuity.
After extensive community input, the Ketchum City Council approved the Warm Springs Master Plan in April 2023. Now, in partnership with the Wood River Land Trust, additional funds need to be raised to implement the plan.
Charitable gifts will provide for several improvements at the Preserve, including creek restoration, re-vegetation with native plants, ADA-accessible trails, and restrooms. Your tax-deductible donation will be restricted to the Warm Springs Preserve Fund.
Please click here (or on the ‘Donate to the Wood River Land Trust’ button) to make a donation toward their efforts to restore Warm Springs Creek.