Acres Conserved

The Northern California Regional Land Trust (The Land Trust) owns one property, Deer Creek, in Tehama County and holds 32 conservation easements on properties in Butte and Tehama counties. These conserved lands total over 25,000 acres, and our largest conservation easement is 5,489 acres. The majority of these properties are in the foothills of the Sierra-Cascade mountains.

In addition to conserving working landscapes and prime farmland, we are also interested in conservation that protects natural resources and regional biodiversity. Therefore, many of our conservation easements preserve natural oak woodlands, riparian areas, conifer forest, grasslands, vernal pools, and a large population of special-status Butte County checkerbloom.

LAND TRUST PROPERTY

2012 – LOWER DEER CREEK FALLS

CONSERVATION EASEMENTS

2018 – BERKELEY OLIVE GROVE

2017 – GARNER RANCH

2016 – ROSE RANCH

2015 – MCCLINTOCK

2014 – WESTOVER

2013 – MERIDIAN MITIGATION BANKTOZIER RANCHLITTLE CHICO CREEKPAMMA-LARKIN

2011 – COMANCHE CREEK, COMANCHE CREEK 2, MERIDIAN MITIGATION SITEHOME PLACE

2010 – BIG BLUFF RANCHBURROWS RANCHSHAUNA DOWNS

2008 – R&R RANCH

2007 – LEININGER CAMP

2006 – LLANO SECO

2004 – FREEMAN

2003 – CANYON OAKS

2002 – KANAKA BARSKY HILL

2001 – RANCHO AGUAJE

1999 – HANFORD

1998 – ARTHUR ASHLEYHAMLIN CREEK

1995 – SPRING VALLEY14-MILE HOUSE

1992 – BLUE OAKWATERFALL

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