Saturday, June 1, 2019

Join the Feather River Land Trust and Mountain Meadows Conservancy to celebrate the conservation of Mountain Meadows Reservoir (Walker Lake) and FRLT's newly purchased Mountain Meadows Gateway property in Westwood.


American White Pelicans at Mountain Meadows, Photo by Ron Lunder

Come paddle the reservoir in search of unique species like Sandhill Cranes, Bald Eagles, and Willow Flycatchers, and explore the grasslands and riparian corridor of the land on foot. Learn about the success of FRLT's collaboration with PG&E to conserve this beautiful property, the diverse habitat that makes it special, and the 8-acre "Mountain Meadows Gateway" property, purchased by FRLT in 2018, which connects the vast 7,058 acres of Mountain Meadows reservoir and surrounding lands directly to the town of Westwood. 


8:30 am  Meet at Indian Ole dam (directions)

9-11:00  Kayaking and Birding with FRLT and Plumas Audubon Society

11-12:00  Celebration of Mountain Meadows conservation & walking tour

12-1:30  Break for lunch (bring a picnic or head over to the community barbecue at Westwood Park on Greenwood Street, which runs from 12-3 pm)

1:30 pm  Dessert and walking tour of the Mountain Meadows Gateway property (directions)

What to bring

We'll be there rain or shine! Come prepared to explore the property on foot. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water and sun protection. You may also wish to bring binoculars, a camera, and perhaps a folding chair or blanket, so you can relax and soak up the splendor of this special place. 

We love our four-legged friends, but please do not bring dogs to this event. 


Registration is FULL for FRLT boats.

If you are bringing your own kayak or canoe to the event, or if you just plan to attend the community barbecue at Westwood park, please sign up here to help us get a head count for the day.


For more information, contact:

(530) 283-5758
Nils Lunder
Saturday, June 1, 2019