Support Bear Yuba Land Trust

Become a Member

Membership support is the core of the Land Trust. It is through community giving that BYLT is able to save land in the Bear and Yuba Watersheds and provide outdoor recreation opportunities throughout the area.


Volunteer with Bear Yuba Land Trust by joining the Trail Stewardship Team out on the trails, helping with outreach and fundraising, assisting with Youth Programs, becoming a Trail Ambassador, or helping with administrative work in the office. All experience levels, ages and abilities welcome!


Save Land – help conserve, steward and restore land | Donate to Land Conservation.

Build Trails – help maintain and build trails in the community | Donate to Trails

Youth Programs – help create the next generation of conservationists | Donate to Youth

Become a Business Sponsor

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.

Planned Giving

When you name BYLT in your Estate Plan, your legacy gift of land or other financial assets becomes a permanent investment in our community.

Book your next stay with Kind Traveler

When you book your hotel stay at the National Exchange Hotel in Nevada City and the Holbrooke Hotel in Grass Valley through the booking platform Kind Traveler, BYLT earns $10 per night and travelers learn about our local conservation work. Learn more.

Memorial Program

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.

Passive Fundraising- Give While You Shop!

BYLT has partnered with some of your favorite stores through several “Scrip” programs to make giving to the Land Trust easy.

BYLT Gift Shop

Treat your loved ones to land trust swag, trail cards, or a membership to Bear Yuba Land Trust!