73 acres cconserved in the Corvallis agricultural corridor, Gingerich Family Farm is the Bitter Root Land Trust's most recent project.
In the heart of the Corvallis Agricultural corridor, the Gingerich Family Farm will forever be a beautiful working farm along Eastside Highway. For 40 years, Bob and Corrine Gingerich have worked these rich soils, and passed this tradition on to their son, Bob Jr., who hopes to pass it on to his son as well.
Thank you Gingerich family for your lasting gift of conservation. And thank you, BRLT family, for making good work like this possible with your continued support!
Including the Gingerich Farm, BRLT has now worked with 27 different families in the valley to conserve over 4,500 acres of wildlife habitat, water resources, and working farms and ranches. If you have questions or want to learn more about BRLT's important work, contact our staff at 375-0956.
We live in the Bitterroot because we enjoy the natural beauty, friendly communities, clean water and freedom to enjoy the outdoors. The Bitter Root Land Trust helps conserve family farms and ranches while protecting clean water and important wildlife habitat.
Your support allo us to continue our important work.
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