Born and raised in the beautiful Fall River Valley in Northern California, Donna has been in real estate since 1995, helping others find their piece of paradise. She knows the area, the rivers, farms, ranches and recreational properties as well as where to hunt, fish or to just relax in your new found home or “playground”. Donna knows hard work having grown up on a working ranch along with her brother and sister and she carries this work ethic along with her in the real estate business. Donna has a great love of community which involves sponsoring and organizing high school sports foundations and fundraisers. She also supports numerous wildlife associations and is a platinum sponsor for the local Intermountain Fair. She has a great passion for what she does, for her family and the outdoors. So, joining the Cabela’s Trophy Properties team was just a great match. Let this kind of energy and commitment work for you.
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- Listing StatusSoldWonderful setting for this 35+ acre property located in the beautiful Fall River Valley. The 2056 sf, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 story home has open chalet type architecture with floor to ceiling windows capturing the views. Kitchen features an abundance of pine cabinets, lots — Read more
- Listing StatusSoldIf you're looking for a clean, turn-key hay ranch, here it is. 100 acres with 90 farmable acres both irrigated and dry land. Seasonal pond and metal shop with living quarters. Beautiful views of Mt. Shasta and valley. Located between the towns of Adin and — Read more
- Listing StatusAvailableHat Creek, over 100 years in the same family, this extremely rare 77 +/- acre property is now for sale. Located just off Highway 89 on Wilcox Road. Hat Creek flows into the property from the Southerly border and continues beyond the North property line. — Read more
- Listing StatusSoldThis 120 acre property has an amazing sub irrigated meadow, with springs and year round Johnson Creek. Just 8 miles East of Adin bording Highway 299. Property Highlights: This would make a great summer grazing pasture. Virtually untouched, no improvements other than a power line — Read more