Did you know you can support land conservation by purchasing a “wild grown” holiday tree from Bear Yuba Land Trust? Helen Crawford and Brent McDermott donated a truckload of beautiful trees harvested from their high elevation property, Clear Creek Preserve. Choose from white fir for $8/ per foot and red fir or “silver tip” for…
BYLT is proud to announce the acquisition of the first open space preserve in the Higgins Corner area of Nevada County. Earlier this month, Bear River Recreation and Park District donated 1.23 acres of open space known as Higgins Pond Preserve to the Land Trust. Located on the corner of Combie and Armstrong Roads (Higgins…
In an effort to support the natural resources that have always sustained the people, plants, and animals who live within and downstream of these watersheds, Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) is launching a community campaign with a timely message and call to action: “Keep It Wild. Protect Open Space. Donate to BYLT’s Save Land campaign.”
Buy Tickets Music has always influenced the life of Bob Mora. When he was a young man, he spent the year of 1972 – 1973 – sitting in with South Side Blues Bands and some of the greats – Junior Wells, Muddy Waters, Jimmy Rogers, Lonnie Brooks and Carey Bell. “I’d go down to the…
Hugging the steep slope above the South Yuba River, Independence Trail winds through a mature forest of madrone (Arbutus menziesii), Pacific dogwood (Cornus nuttallii), and incense cedar (Calocedrus decurrens). For decades, busloads of school children, some in wheelchairs, have come here to learn about the natural world and look for newts in Rush Creek.
Do you love birds or birdwatching? Want to see wild songbirds up close, in hand? Join BYLT in our efforts to better understand local bird populations through bird-banding research with the Empire Mine Bird Monitoring Program.
Bear Yuba Land Trust urges everyone to exercise extreme caution this time of year when recreating outdoors where high temperatures and melting snow pack in the Sierra Nevada create potentially life-threatening conditions in creeks and rivers.
Join Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT), outdoor recreationists and trail supporters next week for the biggest showcase of local community trails of the year!
The easement would ensure that the land will be protected from any future development, and will remain designated for ranching or other agriculture practices. It would also be the first easement that Bear Yuba Land Trust purchases through the California Department of Conservation.
Five years of drought has killed many trees and made others more susceptible to bark beetles. Upwards of 62 million trees died in 2016, according to the United States Forest Service (USFS), which performs aerial surveys of forest land.