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Loyalton Learning Landscape

Agriculture, Open Space and Outdoor Learning

The Loyalton Learning Landscape protects a working ranch, an important tributary to the Middle Fork Feather River, and outdoor learning opportunities for Loyalton kids. Located just across the street, Loyalton Elementary and High schools use this outdoor classroom regularly to study agricultural production, fisheries, wildlife, and the greater Sierra Valley ecosystem.

Property type: Conservation easement with school access

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I like learning first-hand. It's interactive. You can look at it, touch it, feel it, hear it, and smell it. Using all of your senses implants it in every part of your brain.

—Lucas, Loyalton High School student

My quest is getting kids interested in science and enjoying it. The outdoors is the connection to make that happen.

—Mark Fisher, retired Loyalton High School teacher

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