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Washington's top creatives and photographers explore the 33,000 acre Moses Coulee Preserve.

We let them explore the fabled, flood-carved Eastern Washington landscape. To view the instagram photos, click here.

Moses Coulee's field station is nestled in a gorgeous landscape.

The sagebrush is abundant and beautiful.

Cory Staudacher takes a break to enjoy the view.

Photographers Caleb and Ariana Babcock enjoy a quiet moment alone on the trail.

Creative Eric Kimberlin amongst the sagebrush.

Ice age floodcarved coulees.

Going to the edge.

Volcanic basalt rocks contrast with the beautiful wildflowers.

Creative and Avid Rock climber Forest Eckley explores Moses Coulee's formation.

Photographer Bethany Olson feels the wind along the ridge.

Eastern Washington wants to be explored.

Modern day adventurers.

Photographers Don Macanlalay, Caleb Babcock and Ben Schuyler explore David's trail at Moses Coulee Preserve.

Photographer and Creative Kari Davidson captures a memory on the ledge.

View from below

Photographer and Creative Travis Gillett snaps a photo of Cory Staudacher on his way up the ridge from the field station.

Photographers Travis Gillett, Cory Staudacher and Bethany Olson work their magic on the top of Moses Coulee.

Exploring the landscape with a sense of adventure.

Photographer and Designer Erik Hedberg of Moment lenses snaps a shot of Jameson Lake.

The history of this place is prevalent at every corner.

The sagebrush glows as the sun sets.

Perfect parking.

The wind between the canyons makes the dust golden under the sun.

Photographer and Creative Eric Kimberlin searches for the perfect spot to watch the sunset.

Photographer Bethany Olson is hypnotized by the golden hour.

Sunsets on the Eastern Washington landscape are breathtaking.

Photographer and coffee aficionado Ben Schuyler gets lost in the sunrise at Moses Coulee.

Conservancy scientists have developed cutting-edge methods to combat the non-native and highly flammable cheat-grass weed, by working with farmers and local community.


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