Love of place in action
FRLT was formed by local people whose love for the Feather River region spurred them to protect it for future generations. From a small circle of volunteers, to a nationally accredited land trust 1,100+ members strong today, together, we have conserved over 69,500 acres of important lands and waters. Read our story
Visionary local people
Volunteers and charter members made it happen
With a small circle of volunteers, 40 charter members, and no paid staff, FRLT formed as a nonprofit land trust in 2000 to conserve the most important lands and waters in the Feather River Watershed.
Because of the tremendous support of our community and partners, we’ve conserved over 69,500 acres of special lands and waters in the Feather River region since 2000. With your help, we will conserve 120,000 acres of globally unique wetlands, headwaters, and wildlife habitats over the next few years.
Protect what you love
Join us in conserving critical headwaters and habitats for wildlife, plants, and people