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Feather River Land Trust earns national recognition

photo by Taylor Gipe

FRLT's national accreditation renewed

It is exciting to recognize Feather River Land Trust’s continued commitment to national standards by renewing this national mark of distinction. Donors and partners can trust the more than 400 accredited land trusts across the country are united behind strong standards and have demonstrated sound finances, ethical conduct, responsible governance, and lasting stewardship.

—Melissa Kalvestrand, Executive Director, Land Trust Accreditation Commission

The accreditation seal

A mark of distinction

The seal identifies land trusts that meet national quality standards for excellence, uphold the public trust, and ensure that conservation efforts are permanent. Accreditation is a rigorous third-party evaluation that ensures that our conservation work can last legally and financially and benefit the public, forever.

What the seal signifies


Standards and practices

We've made a commitment to national quality standards for nonprofit management and land conservation


Public Trust


An external, independent review provides assurance of FRLT's quality and permanence that you can trust



Lasting conservation

We have policies and systems in place to keep our promise of permanent land protection

FRLT in Action

The Feather River Region has always been special to our family. There is so much diversity in the landscape and so much to explore. We enjoy hiking, boating and swimming at Lake Almanor, and also taking day-trips to Sierra Valley from our home in Reno. I am happy to support FRLT who is working hard to preserve these special wild places.
- Gary Ghigerri
Reno, NV