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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

Resource Lands Dialogue

On July 22, 2013 various leaders from resources lands groups gathered for a dialogue about wild and working landscapes and areas for organizational collaboration. Attendees included the Buckeye, Farm Bureau, Yager Van Duzen Environmental Stewards, Resource Conservation District, Cattlemen's Association, Green Diamond Resource Company and the Northcoast Regional Land Trust. One of NRLT's program areas is Conservation Planning, with a focus on bringing diverse perspectives together to discuss land conservation and  management. We look forward to continuing these partnerships into the future!

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NRLT Earns National Recognition of Accreditation

After an extensive evaluation, the Northcoast Regional Land Trust has been awarded accreditation by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. NRLT is one of 230 land trusts from across the country that has been awarded accreditation since the fall of 2008. “Accredited land trusts account for 52% of the 20,645,165 acres currently owned in fee or protected by a conservation easement held by a land trust,” said Land Trust Accreditation Commission Executive Director Tammara Van Ryn. “Accreditation provides the public with an assurance that accredited land trusts meet high standards for quality and that the results of their conservation work are permanent.” “We are proud that we have been able to earn the distinction of the accreditation seal; it is a testament to the quality of the organization and the work that we do,” stated Rees Hughes, board member of the Northcoast Regional Land Trust. “Any time that you are dealing with things in perpetuity the organization has to be strong. This is an affirmation of what we have been able to put into place for the duration.” CLICK HERE to read more!

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