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2020 was an exceptional year for land conservation in the Feather River Country. See what our supporters made possible
Feather River College intern Bailey Graham explores "a promising career path" in land conservation and gets hands-on stewardship experience at FRLT's Heart K Ranch.
FRLT is working to permanently protect PG&E owned lands at Lake Almanor for the benefit of current and future generations. Lake Almanor is one of northern California's most beloved gems.
FRLT achieves renewed national accreditation, demonstrating a strong commitment to public trust and conservation excellence
Watch our recent virtual celebration of conservation in the Feather River region. Learn from guest expert speakers and raise a glass to recent conservation successes your support makes possible!
On August 6, a structure fire burned the Marshall House at the Sierra Valley Preserve. We're grateful that everyone is safe, and Beckwourth Fire Department contained and extinguished the fire.
Nature photographers contributed their images to help conserve the Feather River region. We're grateful.
FRLT's founder Paul Hardy reflects back on starting the land trust in 2000 with a small circle of volunteers. In 2021, FRLT is a nationally accredited land trust, 1,100 members strong, and has conserved over 62,000 acres.
You might be able to save money by helping FRLT. Learn more about the CARES Act signed into law March 2020.