Now until Dec 31, 2018, your membership or donation will be matched up to $35k by an anonymous donor. Hurry though we only have until the end of the month!
1. Become a Member or renew today!
Membership supports everything we do. Your Membership is the heart and soul of our success.
2. Special Causes: Direct Your Gift
- Save Land – help conserve, steward and restore land. Read more…
- Build Trails – help maintain existing trails and build new ones. Read more…
- Kids Encounter Nature – help create the next generation of conservationists. Read more…
- Gift of Your Choice – Donate any amount as a one-time gift in support of our mission.
Join Team Land Trust. There are so many ways to be a land trust volunteer – build and maintain trails, help monitor lands, work in the office, help with events and more!
4. Donate Goods
Would you like to donate something other than time or money? You may donate materials like trail building tools, office supplies, etc. to the land trust and know they will be put to good use.
There is no better time to align with a conservation organization like BYLT. Find out how your business can be an annual sponsor, event sponsor or campaign sponsor and show the community that lands, trails, and access to nature are important.
Want to leave a legacy that lasts forever? When you donate land, a conservation easement or a trail easement to BYLT, you protect the places you love for the benefit of our community, in perpetuity.
When you name BYLT in your Estate Plan, your legacy gift of land or other financial assets becomes a permanent investment in our community.
Remember loved ones with BYLT’s Memorial Program. Set in the beautiful outdoors, BYLT trails can evoke fond memories of loved ones. That’s why benches and trail mileage markers are a meaningful way to memorialize the important people of our lives for years to come.
BYLT has partnered with some of your favorite stores through several “Scrip” programs to make giving to the Land Trust easy.
10. BYLT Gift Shop
Treat your loved ones to land trust swag, trail cards, or a membership to Bear Yuba Land Trust this holiday season.