Get outside on Feather River lands and meet other nature enthusiasts and conservation-minded folks. From birding and botany, to history and living Maidu culture, to Dixie Fire recovery and land stewardship on FRLT preserves, join us for events on the land and get to know the places you’re helping to protect.
We’ve concluded our 2022 events season, but stay tuned for 2023 events in the spring.
Bird Walk at Sierra Valley Preserve (E. Entrance)
Saturday, May 21st, 9am–11am
Field Day at Sierra Valley Preserve (W. Entrance)
Sunday, June 12th, 9am–12pm
We’re sorry, registration for this event is full. You can still purchase tickets for the concert with Musica Sierra in the afternoon (see below).
Check out FRLT’s new West Entrance to the Sierra Valley Preserve and meet FRLT staff and volunteers. Take a guided nature walk along our botanical trail with a California Naturalist, learn about the valley’s history, and ask our Executive Director about future plans for a nature center and more trails at the Preserve.
Followed by Musical Headwaters, a concert presented by Musica Sierra at Lost Marbles Ranch
12:00pm-1:30pm Lunch | 1:30pm-3:00pm Concert
After exploring the Sierra Valley Preserve, head on over to Lost Marbles Ranch for food and a special concert with Musica Sierra, “Musical Headwaters—Fire & Grace & Ash.” World-class musicians will be premiering a new song cycle inspired by the native trout found in the Sierra.
Learn more at Musica Sierra’s website.
Sierra Valley Art + Ag Trail
Saturday, September 24th, 10am–4pm
The art and agriculture communities of Plumas and Sierra Counties invite you to spend the day enjoying the art, history, and culture of Sierra Valley.
Come visit FRLT along the Trail at the Sierra Valley Preserve’s West Entrance.
We’ll be joined by artist Kim Scott, Plumas Audubon Society, and wildlife photographer Liz Ramsey.
Learn more at Sierra Valley Art + Ag Trail’s website.
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From world-class birding and flower-filled meadows to historic barns and scenic walking trails, FRLT’s five nature preserves showcase the beauty of the Lost Sierra.
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