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Welcome to California's North Coast

With free-flowing rivers, rugged mountain ranges, and rural towns surrounded by open ranges, dairy farms, redwood forests, wild salmon runs and cackling geese, the North Coast region is considered one of the last best places on the planet.

The Northcoast Regional Land Trust is a nonprofit organization with a focus of protecting land and water on nearly five million acres on California’s North Coast encompassing Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity Counties. Find out more About us.

News & Events

Board Retreat at Requa Inn

On March 28th and 29th NRLT's board and staff met at the Requa Inn on the mouth of the Klamath River for the annual board retreat. The weekend was spent reviewing the organizations strategic priorities and direction, with a special focus session on the shared vision for the Freshwater Farms Reserve.

Meet and Greet

You are invited to join NRLT's board and staff in welcoming our new Executive Director, Michael Cipra. The meet and greet will be held on Friday, March 14th from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the NRLT office in Arcata. This gathering will be held on Arts Arcata; please feel free to swing by our office during the evening. Appetizers and refreshments will be served. We invite you all to come and learn more about the ways we can conserve the wild and working landscapes that we all love.

 

Sea Level Rise

Freshwater Farms Reserve (5851 Myrtle Ave Eureka), March 1, 11:00 am

Explore the historical implications of tideland reclamation and the future of the Eureka Slough landscape with sea-level rise and subsidence on Humboldt Bay with Aldaron Laird.  Aldaron is the adaptation planner for the Humboldt Bay Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Planning project.  He recently completed a shoreline inventory, mapping, and sea-level rise vulnerability assessment project in which he walked or kayaked all 102 miles of Humboldt Bay’s shoreline.  Potential inundation maps of the Eureka Slough landscape will be presented with a discussion on what is at risk and what adaptation options may be feasible. This will be followed by a walk along Freshwater Slough to observe a high tide of over 8 feet. For more information, contact Debbie Marshall at the NRLT office, 822-2242.

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