1991: Michael and Janet O’Meara’s and Stan Bogel’s 120 acres located partially within the Alaska Department of Fish & Game’s Anchor River/Fritz Creek Critical Habitat Area, preserving critical moose habitat. Related story
1992: Gerald and Janet Brookman’s 20-acre property adjacent to the O’Meara and Bogel land, also located within the Anchor River/Fritz Creek Critical Habitat Area. Related story
2005: 68 acres bridging anadromous Stariski Creek, protecting a valuable wetland system. Related story
2008: The Talley property, 37 acres of important moose habitat near the North Fork of the Anchor River in Anchor Point. Related story
1994: The Terry-Comerford property, 200 acres of spruce forest and arctic bog on Tall Tree Avenue, north of Anchor Point. Related story
2000: The Starr property, 55 acres with Anchor River frontage, preserved for its valuable salmon spawning and rearing habitat, moose and small mammal habitat, and recreational uses.
2001: The Morris property, 40 acres adjacent to the Terry-Comerford property.
2005: The Pate Homestead, 64 acres along the Anchor River including river bank on both sides totaling one mile, protected for its wetlands and riparian habitat. Related story
2005: Stariski Meadows, 258 acres of valuable wetlands adjacent to Stariski Creek. Related stories
2007: The Billberg property, 20 acres adjacent to the Terry-Comerford property north of Anchor Point. Related story
2011: The Martin property, 11.76 acres in KHLT's Anchor River Salmon Conservation Area (ARSCA) including side channels and discharge slopes, important for water quality and salmon habitat, and for moose habitat. Related story
2013: The Smith and Purdy properties, 15.35 acres adjacent to the Martin property and part of the ARSCA, preserved for their important juvenile salmon habitat. Related story
2015: The Spangler-kelley property, 11.16 acres approximately one quarter mile upstream from the Martin, Smith and Purdy properties, protecting additional salmon and moose habitat in the Anchor River Salmon Conservation Area.