Wearing work clothes and ready to dig in the dirt, 35 community volunteers joined Bear Yuba Land Trust on Saturday, Feb. 6 to install the Native Pollinator Garden at Adam Ryan Preserve, a 37 acre property featuring meadows and forests along Dog Bar Road and Alta Sierra Drive.
The world needs people who can transform unwanted, useless byproducts into something amazing and useful. It is easy to tear down and destroy but it takes real skill and determination to build something awesome. Our quick fix prescription society produces an unbelievable amount of waste. We need to get smarter and more creative about reducing, reusing and recycling.
A series of winter storms in the Sierra Nevada foothills have left many local trails a mucky mess. To avoid trail widening, unnecessary erosion, soil damage, higher maintenance costs and labor demands, the trails crew at Bear Yuba Land Trust is asking the community to be responsible trail users when the ground is water logged and muddy.
Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) is counting down the days to the Oak Tree Bash, a fun event where the community will come together to recognize two lifetime conservationists – Janet Cohen and David Lawler.