Welcome! In addition to the news and events listed below, browse our recent e-newsletters to see all of the great things you're helping us accomplish to conserve the Feather River Country.
FRLT Staffer reflects on the Maidu TEK Symposium
Student's love for the outdoors inspires legacy project
An interview with Stewardship Director Gabe Miller
Indian Hemp - good for people and pollinators
Students map flora and fauna at Loyalton Learning Landscape
Outdoor enthusiasts! A great way to enjoy fall colors and the Heart K.
School's going to look different this year for Loyalton kids and their teachers.
Beaver deceivers installed and water flowing thanks to generous donations.
Linda Cayot shares "just how far humans will go to protect something" in the Galapagos.
The Feather River Watershed is the largest watershed in the Sierra Nevada.
At 2.32 million acres, it is larger than Yellowstone National Park.