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Protecting 120,000 acres of Feather River lands and headwaters

Photo by Bud Turner

2020 Vision: the campaign for a healthy watershed

120,000 acres

to be conserved for public benefit

Conservation easements

will protect headwaters and habitats forever

59,000 acres

protected to date

I’m happy the land trust is working with farmers and ranchers who are already taking good care of their land. We’ve been doing it for years, and do it well, so these easements are a great way to promote local livelihoods while maintaining natural resources. That is a good thing.

—Gary Romano, owner of Sierra Valley Farms, conserved in 2019

If you care about protecting Sierra Valley and the whole Feather River Watershed, don’t put off this decision: Join the Feather River Land Trust today and renew your membership every year. It is the best investment you can make in the long term sustainability of our region.

—Lucy Blake, Sierra Valley landowner and President, Northern Sierra Partnership

Help us accomplish our 2020 Vision

You can help conserve, steward, and connect people to these magnificent lands and waters. This is an unprecedented opportunity to make lasting change for our children and grandchildren. Please join us and make your gift today. Thank you.

Donate Today

1

Join our Vision Circle

Leadership Giving

Leadership gifts of $1,000 or more per year propel our work forward.

2

Join Sandy's Circle

Monthly Giving

Monthly giving creates a dependable stream of funds that keeps FRLT vital and strong.

Explore Conservation Successes

Whether our kids stay or move away, they will understand things like, "Where does our drinking water come from? What affects that resource?" My kids will never forget these experiences. Outdoor learning fosters critical thinking, creativity, fun, and a real-world context for learning.
- Nicholle Crowther,
4th grade teacher, Chester