Warm Springs Preserve provides an extraordinary opportunity to enhance a well-loved landscape and important ecosystem in the Ketchum community.
A former golf course saved by the community, enhanced Preserve will enrich the community’s experience of this magical landscape, regenerate the underlying natural hydrological and geomorphological systems and develop a range of experiences that will inspire people to fall madly in love with nature. We relish the opportunity to create designs that enhance both human and environmental aspects of the ecosystem while providing a powerful catalyst for sustainable, interactive collaboration and engagement with integration of improved recreational opportunity and functional ecosystem restoration.
To address the ecological and preservation needs of this site, Superbloom is collaborating with Rio ASE, a leading expert in river and floodplain ecosystem restoration with years of experience in Idaho, the Wood River Valley, and the Warm Springs Preserve project site. Superbloom and Rio ASE will be working closely with the City of Ketchum, the Wood River Land Trust and Friends of the Warm Spring Preserve to conduct a public design process with community engagement opportunities to inform the master plan and design of the future Preserve.