- County: Monroe
- Features: frontage on Beanblossom Creek, bottomland woods, and an unusual tall wooded knob
- Donated by: Julie and Kent Stoelting, matched by a grant from the Bicentennial Nature Trust
- Acres: 31
- Year acquired: 2015
Beanblossom Creek flows right past this preserve at the corner of Mt. Tabor and Bottom Roads in Monroe County. The preserve’s name honors the family of the land donors, Julie and Kent Stoelting. “It’s a memorial for my father and a legacy for my son,” Julie said. This was the second property acquired as part of the Beanblossom Creek Bicentennial Conservation Area. Learn more about the Fix-Stoelting Preserve acquisition.
A small pull-off is available for parking along N Bottom Rd and visitors are welcome to explore the property, though there is no trail.