Spring has arrived with all her glories in Stehekin valley. The past two days have been rather rainy, and one can almost see the buds swell and the grass shoot up.
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Bill Buzzard first came to the Stehekin Valley in 1889 to check out mining at Horseshoe Basin. He then patented the Buzzard Homestead in 1904 which consisted of 160 acres. The Buckner Orchard and the Stehekin School sit on the former homestead. Here is an article from the Chelan Leader dated this week in 1896 announcing […]
Higher and higher rise the mountains as the head of the lake is neared. The snow fields can be seen upon all sides.
Stehekin Heritage is dedicated to perpetuating and protecting a viable community presence in the Stehekin Valley, as well as, sharing and enhancing public recreation throughout the North Cascades.
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