Leave a legacy for future generations

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Land Legacy Circle

I want the Land Trust to continue long after my life so my grandkids can bring their grandkids here to enjoy the beauty and magic of this place and know their grandparents made a difference in this lifetime.

—Clare Churchill, Land Legacy Circle member

The Feather River Land Trust is protecting the places I love. We have to protect the land and preserve clean water. Why wouldn’t someone want to give his or her resources to make that possible?

—Jim Jenner, Land Legacy Circle donor

Knowing that my financial contributions to FRLT will help to conserve and maintain open land in the Feather River region and protect this land from ever being developed provides me with visual confirmation that my very existence will have made a positive impact on our planet. This reassurance nurtures my soul.

—Mary Miles, Land Legacy Circle member

Support the people and causes you love by making a will

Freewill: an easy, secure tool to write your will

You’re helping protect some of the most ecologically important and beloved lands and waters in the Feather River region. Ensure your good work continues—and protect yourself and your loved ones—by making a will or estate plan. With Freewill's secure, online platform, you can create your will or trust in 20 minutes, for free.

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Give during your lifetime

You can also donate stock, bonds, or other assets during your lifetime, or make a qualified charitable distribution from your IRA for potential tax benefits.

More ways to give

Let us know your plans

If you've already included the Feather River Land Trust in your estate plans, please let us know so we can thank you and welcome you into our Land Legacy Circle. We'll acknowledge your generosity according to your wishes, anonymously if you prefer. As a member, you’ll receive special updates from our team and invitations to events.

What your generosity makes possible

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