Stillwater Development
Completed Projects

Historically the Shasta River was the second most productive tributary (behind the Trinity River) to the Klamath River. Historic weir counts indicate that at one time over 100,000 fall and spring run Chinook moved through the Shasta River, whereas current migrations are at about 5,000 to 8,000 fish.

Our vision for the property was to preserve and enhance its natural beauty in perpetuity, to improve both the quality and quantity of the water in the Shasta River, and then to protect the river’s fishery going forward, creating a one of a kind recreational venue. Accordingly we developed plans for a conservation-based land development plan and began negotiations with The Nature Conservancy for a conservation easement on the property.