The Miller Property Conservation Easement has been permanently protected since 2010. These 88 acres were donated for scenic open space and wildlife habitat. The property is characterized by upland sagebrush hillsides and rich riparian areas and wetlands associated with Ranch Creek, which flows for one half mile through the property. Water rights are included in the conservation easement deed.
The Miller Property Conservation easement provides habitat for elk, mule deer, moose, mountain lion, and black bear. There is an abundance of waterfowl in the riparian wetlands. The property is also prime habitat for the boreal toad, a species that has experienced dramatic population declines over the past two decades. The Miller Property Conservation Easement provides important habitat for several species of fish, including brook trout, fathead minnow, longnose sucker, brown trout, sculpin, rainbow trout, speckles dace, and white sucker.