Membership and community interaction keep Placer Land Trust growing. Get involved. Tell your friends and neighbors. Bring them with you to our next event.
Member Benefits include:
Exclusive Trail Access – Private trail runs, mountain bike rides, rucks, gorge scrambles, hikes, special events and adventures!
Community Connections – Connect & befriend an active and vibrant community. Meet like minded people and businesses and share an experience in these wild open spaces.
Share Your Stories in Multiple Ways- Show off your photos, videos, and tales of your adventures on our photostream, social wall, interactive map, blogs and galleries found across the site. We’ll help you get them online and in the wild.
Building your fans – share your PLT adventure across social media channels
Volunteer – Become a docent and lead hikes, rides and runs; Help restore and enhance protected habitat; Help us build our natural playgrounds!
Learn – about ecology, wildlife, habitat restoration, and tools of the trade.
Help protect the landscapes that make Placer County the very best place to live, work and play.
Find out why others love being a part of the Placer Land Trust community.
- “Placer Land Trust provides a valuable service to our clients. Over the past 67 years Andregg has worked with hundreds of Placer County ranchers, farmers and large landowners. Historically, when a client wished to protect all or a portion of their property they had limited options. With Placer Land Trust, landowners have an organization that specializes in protecting land in Placer County. In addition to Placer Land Trust’s services to our clients, we are locally owned and managed, and our staff values open space. Supporting Placer Land Trust is a sound investment in our community.”Dennis Meyer, Andregg Geomatics
“We support Placer Land Trust because it’s the right thing to do for the community. It might seem like a contradiction for a developer to support a land trust, but at the end of the day, we do our best to create projects that make a positive contribution. From the 30 thousand foot view, you don’t sell a house until you first sell a community. “Dave Cook, RCH Group
- "Everyone came here for a reason - and if they grew up here then they stayed for a reason. We all love the rural and agricultural character of our communities and the wild open spaces in between. If we don't take responsibility for protecting what we love, it will all go away." -Dean Prigmore and Patrice TaylorDean Prigmore and Patrice Taylor