20th Anniversary Campaign

In recognition of the Shasta Land Trust's 20th Anniversary we have set an ambitious goal of raising $20,000 over the next six weeks.


Since 1998, the Shasta Land Trust has accomplished some amazing achievements, but we're not done yet.  We have a lot of work left to do and we need your help in making the next 20 years as successful as the last.  There is rarely a day at the Land Trust that we don't ask ourselves one simple question... Imagine the things we could do if we only had more resources available to do it. 

Now is the chance to make that imagination a reality.  With your donation you can play a role in providing us with the tools we need to accomplish the goal of increasing conservation across the North State.  Without our members, supporters, and volunteers we wouldn't be where we are today as an organization and we want to thank you for all of your support these past 20 years.

“The vast possibilities of our great future will become realities only if we make ourselves responsible for that future.”  - Gifford Pinchot
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Preserving a way of life.  This has always been at the heart of what we do.  For generations our local family ranches have been central to what makes this place so unique.  Help us guarantee that generations of farmers can continue their passion of working the lands that provide our community with local food, agricultural products, and open range.



Protecting the working ranches in Shasta County is vital to preserving the character of what makes this area of northern California so special.  24,000 acres have been protected, but with your help we hope to play an even greater role in conserving more significant lands for generations to come.



Help us continue our mission of conserving properties along some of the most valued rivers, creeks, and streams in Shasta County.  Whether it be the Fall River or Hat Creek, clean water is a benefit to us all and through the use of conservation easements the Land Trust is able to protect miles of vital riparian corridors throughout this region.