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Dixie Fire and Beckwourth Complex threaten Feather River lands

Photo by Vanessa Vasquez/FRLT Staff

Wildfires Impact Communities and Conserved Lands

THANK YOU to all fire personnel, first responders, and law enforcement both local and serving as mutual aid; Plumas County Search & Rescue, Plumas National Forest, Plumas News, and our wonderful and vigilant community!

—all of us at Feather River Land Trust

Support Fire Recovery on Feather River Lands

The Feather River Watershed is crucial for California's water supply—these are the headwaters of the State Water Project, a source of water for 27 million people—and its habitats sustain over 300 species of wildlife. We need your help as we work toward an ecologically sound recovery on the lands we've conserved, together. Help restore our watershed to protect California's water supply and build a climate-resilient future.

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Photo by Karen Kleven

Photo by Aubrey Pickerell/FRLT Staff

Ways to Help our Communities

lend a hand for Dixie Fire recovery

There are many ways to help those impacted by the Dixie Fire. From farmers and small businesses to schools, volunteer firefighters, and families, many people have had their lives turned upside down and could use a hand up. Support organizations that are assisting with immediate needs and rebuilding at the link below. Thank you for your generosity!

Conserved Feather River Lands

Vanessa Vasquez

People & Land Program Coordinator

Vanessa Vasquez coordinates FRLT’s People and Land Program to restore and enhance human connections to the Sierra’s largest watershed. Vanessa implements nature-based education projects and collaborates with the FRLT Stewardship Department to improve our Preserves for public enjoyment. She is also an integral part of our communications team.

We both appreciate places that are still precious, like the Feather River Country. The land trust has done a lot, especially in two of the most beautiful, untouched places—Genesee Valley and Sierra Valley.
- Marv and Norberta Schmidt
FRLT members since 2001