"Keeping working lands working and wild lands wild..."
Join us for our third annual Harvest Dinner Under the Stars on Saturday, October 5, 2013 at the historic Llano Seco Rancho. In addition to a delicious, locally-sourced candlelight dinner, guests will enjoy a ranch tour, live music, wine & beer tasting, and a raffle.
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Lower Deer Creek Falls
In the northern Sierra Nevada foothills, a precious few rivers hold the hope of restoring endangered salmon and steelhead in the Sacramento River system. Among them is Deer Creek, which flows nearly pristine from the northern Sierra Nevada foothills to the Sacramento Valley. One of the top three streams in the Sierras for aquatic life, Deer Creek is a rarity in California for its dam-free length and strong runs of steelhead and spring Chinook.
On March 30, 2012, Western Rivers Conservancy and the Land Trust completed the permanent conservation of one of the last remaining unprotected portions of Deer Creek. Our first property in fee simple title, this 600-acre jewel provides hiking access off of Highway 32 to a significant segment of the Deer Creek Trail, which leads to Lower Deer Creek Falls. Conserving this land will establish a continuous corridor for fish and wildlife and enhance opportunities to hike, backpack and explore the area's network of trails, from the high country to the valley floor.