- Atkins Place is 453 acres.
- Located in Mendocino County, approximately 10 miles west of Ukiah as the crow flies.
- Adjacent to Bureau of Land Management parcels and Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve. Atkins Place shares a 0.75-mile boundary with Montgomery Woods.
- Atkins Place includes 335 acres of mixed coast redwood and Douglas-fir forest, 18 acres of brush, and 100 acres of grassland.
- In the Big River watershed, Atkins Place contains 1.25 miles of high-quality steelhead and coho salmon streams: Dark Gulch Creek along the western boundary and Alfred Creek running east to west through the property.
- Coho and steelhead are known to spawn on the property.
- The property provides important habitat for endangered foothill yellow-legged frogs, which have been noted within a 1-mile buffer of the property.
- Atkins Place provides nesting habitat for northern spotted owls, northern goshawks, white-tailed kites, and other raptors.
- A Non-Industrial Timber Management Plan has been in place since 2002.