Feather River Land Trust celebrates conservation success in 2022

As we turn the page to a fresh, new year, Feather River Land Trust (FRLT) is celebrating all that the local community made possible in 2022. FRLT gives thanks to the steadfast support of land trust members and partners, stating that it was a very good year for land conservation in the Feather River Watershed.

“Together, we conserved more meadows, wetlands, and forests; restore fire-impacted lands; and connected people of all ages to nature and a love of the land,” a recent FRLT blog post noted.  

One and all are invited to look back with the people of the Feather River Land Trust and celebrate all the good work that members have made possible in 2022 by clicking on this link.

New year, same beautiful horizons in the Feather River Watershed
Photo: Spanish Creek at Gansner Park, Corey Pargee

FRLT is a locally founded nonprofit and its work is made possible through the support of generous community members. To learn more about all the land trust is doing, and how you can become a member, attend an event, or get involved, please visit their website: frlt.org/get-involved