The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area (ASCCA) is made up of 4,800 acres of rolling foothills land. The area features over 22 kilometers of scenic hiking trails, including 8.1 kilometers of self-guided interpretive trails.
The ASCCA is home to over 400 plant species and an abundance of insects, birds, and mammals. The land is made up of 50% Aspen forest, 42% pastures of introduced grasses, and approximately 8% native prairie.
Species listed on the Bird, Mammal and Plant Lists were compiled by ASCCA volunteer Olga Droppo and are kept up to date by Dick Choy. Many people have and continue to contribute to these lists.