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Conserving Feather River headwaters owned by PG&E

Photo by Colby Elliott

Protecting PG&E watershed lands

43,000+ acres

to be conserved for public benefit by 2021

9 conservation easements

will protect headwaters and habitats forever

9,555 acres

protected to date

Photo by Colby Elliott

Photo by Betty Bishop

Photo by Bud Turner

Photo by Betty Bishop

Explore Conservation Successes

Whether our kids stay or move away, they will understand things like, "Where does our drinking water come from? What affects that resource?" My kids will never forget these experiences. Outdoor learning fosters critical thinking, creativity, fun, and a real-world context for learning.
- Nicholle Crowther,
4th grade teacher, Chester