The Sanctuary Conservation Easement protects 31 acres, including floodplain forest along Pokagon (or Bertrand) creek and upland meadow. The creek has been found to support a remnant population of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Both species thrive in cold, clear, high-quality streams. The floodplain is dominated by forest, with mixed-age species of red and black Oak, Cherry, Beech and various Maples. The High Meadow is a restoration prairie that is regularly burned. Fernwood Botanical Gardens, who prepared the management plan, states it is the intention of the Sanctuary to develop this area as high-quality grassland consisting of short- to mid-height native grasses and forbs. This property is located in proximity to the Madeline Bertrand County Park.