Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT), in partnership with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), announces the permanent protection of 267 acres of mixed conifer forests and meadows in the Bear River Headwaters and beautiful granite walls along the South Yuba River canyon. This transaction represents…
Bear Yuba Land Trust has partnered with Acme Hospitality’s local properties, the National Exchange Hotel in Nevada City and the Holbrooke Hotel in Grass Valley through a new reservation booking platform, Kind Traveler. With its socially conscious “Give + Get” model, Kind Traveler empowers travelers to positively impact the communities they visit.
How naturalist John Olmsted inspired a community and turned an abandoned mining ditch in California’s Gold Country into the first wheelchair nature trail in the United States.
BYLT produced two films in 2021, and we are pleased to announce that both will be screening at the upcoming Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City.
Here in the Sierra Nevada foothills, the needs of local farmers and ranchers are changing and our agricultural lands are at risk. (The Union, November 9, 2021)
Nevada County Rancher features BYLT’s Garden Bar Preserve and our partnership with Nevada County Free Range Beef. (The Union, Fall 2021 Special Section)
Dear Friends, Since 1993, the American Hiking Society has hosted National Trails Day, dedicated to recognizing and advocating for trails on the federal, state and local levels. To commemorate National Trails Day in June, Bear Yuba Land Trust joined trail organizations across the nation to celebrate and promote all of the amazing ways trails connect…
‘The big challenge’: BYLT and State Parks ‘cobble’ funding together for Independence Trail restoration (The Union, August 19, 2021)
The year 2020 was a remarkable one for Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT). In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and the destructive Jones Fire, BYLT demonstrated nimbleness as an organization and visionary leadership to expand our conservation efforts and address important community needs, especially with our Forever Farms Program.
Bear Yuba Land Trust announces it has renewed its land trust accreditation–proving once again that, as part of a network of over 400 accredited land trusts across the nation, it is committed to professional excellence and to maintaining the public’s trust in its conservation work.