Help Raise $60,000 for Local Trails
Breathtaking vistas, oak forests, rich farmland and scenic rivers – community trails open these landscapes for recreation and inspiration. The Land Trust has built over 35 miles of local public access trails which are used by hikers, runners, mountain bikers, equestrians, strollers and wheelchairs - made possible by YOU!
A very generous local donor has come forward with an inspiring challenge – to double every dollar you give to build local trails, up to $30,000. Big gifts, small gifts…all are important in this effort.
Building trails is only possible with your support. Together, let's raise $30,000 in matching funds and reach our goal of $60,000 to build local trails!
Learn more here
Just Say 'No' To Dog Poop on Trails!
Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) and South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) are teaming up to increase community awareness about dog poop on local trails by launching a sign-making contest for kids. Submit your entries TODAY!
Learn more and download an entry form here.
Treks for the Mind
Join BYLT for a book club for nature lovers! Our next featured book is Tree by David Suzuki. Our next meeting will be held on Monday, November 3.
BYLT Acquires Six Miles of Riverfront at Rice's Crossing!
In coming years the land will boast miles of river corridor and ridge trails for hiking, bike riding and equestrian riding; provide river access for kayaking and fishing, offer hope for river and fish habitat restoration and serve as a working landscape for sustainable timber harvests and cattle grazing.
Read more here
BYLT video - Get Inspired!
We are extremely proud to present our video, "Save Lands. Build Trails. Encounter Nature," which has been posted below, on YouTube, and on our Facebook page! This shows a lot of what we do - please watch it, share it, and watch it again!
Read the 2014 Summer Newsletter - Hot off the Press!