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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

Supervisors’ Decision Supports Local Efforts to Restore Oak Woodlands

On Tuesday, March 6, 2012 the Board unanimously approved a Resolution adopting an Oak Woodlands Management Plan for the County. The plan promotes private land stewardship and conservation by enabling private landowners to apply for funding from California Oak Woodlands Conservation Program.

To learn more CLICK HERE

To view the press release CLICK HERE

To read the Resolution passed CLICK HERE

To read the full report on Oak Woodlands of Humboldt County CLICK HERE

NRLT ED Presents at HSU's Sustainable Futures Speaker Series

Land Conservation on the North Coast Using the Land Trust Model

Come and hear North Coast Regional Land Trust's  Executive Director, Lindsay Magnuson, talk about land trusts and their roles in land conservation. Learn about local conservation projects, conservation easements and compatible uses of agriculture production and landscape restoration.

When: Thursday, March 1st 5:30-7:00pm

Where: Gist Hall 218 - HSU Campus

To see flyer for event CLICK HERE

NRLT Purchases Martin Slough Property

In December, 2011 NRLT purchased 36 acres of property to partner with Redwood Community Action Agency’s Natural Resource Services Division and the California State Coastal Conservancy  in the Martin Slough Enhancement Project, a two-phase fish passage improvement, wetland enhancement, and flood reduction project on the south side of Eureka.

To read more click here.

 

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