Odayan

Wonders April 2017

Placer land Trust protects Nisenan Cultural Land – Odayan Preserve Placer Land Trust (PLT) is pleased to announce the recent permanent protection of another 27 acres of oak woodlands and wetlands in Placer County. This piece of land, located in Granite Bay, has special historical significance to local Native Americans. The land is located near…

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2016 Community Report front page

2015-2016 Community Report

Thanks to our members, Placer Land Trust had a very successful 2015-2016 fiscal year! We protected new properties, took hundreds of people on exciting outdoor adventures, and provided many opportunities for our volunteers to make a meaningful impact in Placer County—just to name a few successes. To learn more about the land and the people…

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Dedication Group

Wonders October 2016

Placer Land Trust protects park for youth, families, future – Christian Valley Park Placer Land Trust (PLT) and its partners are very  pleased to announce the permanent protection of Christian Valley Park, a 16-acre recreation property east of Auburn. The land was donated by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to the Auburn Are Recreation…

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Bailey North Fork Preserve

Wonders April 2016

Placer Land Trust preserves North Fork American River land Placer Land Trust is very pleased to announce that it has acquired 40 acres of gorgeous land along the North Fork American River at the bottom of Green Valley Trail in Alta. The land was donated by the heirs of Matt & Betty Bailey, and will…

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2014-2015 Community Report

2014-2015 Community Report

Thanks to our members, Placer Land Trust had a very successful 2014-2015 fiscal year! We protected new properties, took hundreds of people on exciting outdoor adventures, and provided many opportunities for our volunteers to make a meaningful impact in Placer County—just to name a few successes. To learn more about the land and the people…

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Wonders September 2015

Placer Land Trust Preserves more of historic Oest Ranch   Placer Land Trust is pleased to announce that an additional 36 acres of one of Placer County’s oldest cattle ranches has been permanently protected. PLT worked with the Oest Family of Auburn to voluntarily place an agricultural conservation easement on the northernmost portion of Oest Ranch…

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Wonders April 2015

Help us Reach Our Goal PLTs Trails & Recreation Campaign   You may ask why is Placer Land Trust working so hard to raise $750,000 and build 20 miles of new trails on rocky soil?? The answer is that we believe they make our lives BETTER by increasing access to nature! Spending time in nature…

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Kids in Oak Tree

2014 Placer Land Trust Community Report

Placer Land Trust had a very successful 2013-2014 fiscal year. We protected over 580 acres of land, we took over 300 people on outdoor adventures, we helped over 300 volunteers give back to their community, and we have almost 600 members and donors to thank for making it all possible! To learn more about the…

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Trail crew

Wonders September 2014

  Trails & Recreation Breaking New Ground!   Do we really need more trails in the Sierra Foothills? Anyone who’s joined the throngs of people hiking at Hidden Falls Regional Park or the local state parks on a summer weekend knows the answer is a resounding YES! That’s why we need you to support PLT’s…

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Big Bend North Fork Preserve

Wonders April 2014

PLT Protects American River Land 417 acres protected for pubic recreation, water quality, and wildlife habitat     Placer Land Trust has teamed with the Trust for Public Land to protect more land along the North Fork American River: 417 acres across from Sore Finger Point at Big Bend. The property, known as “Big Bend North…

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