Elliot Creek Conservation Easement property comprising some 191.09 acres, located in Teton County, Idaho. The property provides relatively natural habitat for native plants, fish and
wildlife, including open water, riparian wetlands and associated uplands providing habitat for a diversity of wildlife species found on the property, including the following “species of greatest
conservation need” identified in the Idaho Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy: Bald eagle, Long-billed curlew, Sandhill crane and Sharp-tailed grouse. All of these natural elements and ecological values are of great importance to  the people of the State of Idaho, including residents of Teton Valley, Idaho