Donate Today – Help Build Trails
Breathtaking vistas, oak forests, rich farmland and scenic rivers–community trails open these wonderful landscapes for recreation and inspiration. With your help, Bear Yuba Land Trust wants to raise $80,000 to build new local public access trails.
With community support the Land Trust has built over 35 miles of trails used by hikers, runners, mountain bikers, equestrians, families and wheelchair users. Have you heard about the newest trails?
Black Swan Ranch – multi-use trail near Smartsville and soon with public access to the Yuba River through the Yuba Narrows Fish and Wildlife Area.
Bear River Trail – a forthcoming 8-mile trail on PG&E lands around Bear Valley and westward along the Bear River.
Rice’s Crossing – a new multi-use trail project connecting South Yuba River State Park with Bullard’s Bar Reservoir: work commences this year!
Once again a generous local donor has come forward with an inspiring challenge – to double every dollar you give to build local trails, up to $40,000. Big gifts, small gifts… all are important in this effort.
A gift of $50 will become $100. A gift of $1,000 will become $2,000.
Every gift will be matched – let’s take it over the top!
Trails don’t build themselves. You make trails happen. Together let’s raise $40,000 in matching funds and reach our goal of $80,000 to build local trails for our community!