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Property Listing

Childs Meadow

California, Tehama County

Size: 1,272 acres
Price: $950,000
Description

Childs Meadow is a 1,272 acre ranch located less than 10 miles from Lassen National Park in northern California. The ranch features pristine meadows, 4 1/2 miles of creek frontage and pine forests.

Primary Conservation Objective

Childs Meadow is a key property within TNC's Lassen Foothills Project. This ranch is in the headwaters area for Deer Creek, one of the most important salmon streams in California.

Biodiversity Highlights

This ranch provides habitat for the largest migratory deer herd in California and a wide variety of bird species. It also features 4 1/2 miles of frontage on Gurnsey Creek which is the head-waters for Deer Creek, one of the most imporant wild salmon streams in California.

Easements and Restrictions

No subdivision, mining, introduction of non-native species. One homesite permitted, limited grazing permitted.

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Additional Photos

View to the North   Photo by Rich Reiner/TNC

Childs Meadow in Autumn   Photo by Ian Shrive

Middle of Property   Photo by Rich Reiner/TNC

Gurnsey Creek   Photo by Rich Reiner/TNC

Maps

Childs Meadow Map

Contact

For more information, please contact:

Bill Chance
Bill Chance Realty
PO Box 7642
Chico , California 95927

Phone: 530-343-7085
E-mail: billchance@sbcglobal.net

 

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