Are you an energetic, detail-oriented project manager who is passionate about land conservation in far northern California? Shasta Land Trust is a successful, growing organization seeking a motivated Conservation and Projects Manager to join our team. We’ve protected nearly 24,000 acres of working agricultural ranches, blue oak woodlands, fly fishing habitat, and recreational open space since 1998. Check out this link here to get more information on how to become part of our team!
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. Your donation will go directly to helping build our capacity to continue conserving significant lands in northern California.
To read more and donate, click here.
Today we enjoyed partnering with Shasta College's GIS students on developing an online mapping system that will allow the Shasta Land Trust to advance our annual monitoring program and mapping database. The students got a chance to tour the Fenwood Ranch and use the Shasta Land Trust as their mock client in a project that is tied to their overall class and final capstone project. Thank you to Dan Scollon, Devon Hedemark, and Tim Hill for working with the Shasta Land Trust on this beneficial project.
Sun March 18 | 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Ross Ranch | 11973 Old Oregon Trail, Redding CA, 96003
Ticket Price | $50 Pre-Sale / $55 Day Of
Join us for a Sunday evening barn dance out at Ross Ranch. Tickets are available at shastalandtrust.org or stop into the office to purchase a ticket today! Your ticket purchase will go towards our mission to protect the scenic beauty, rich natural resources, recreation, and wildlife of far northern California.
$50 Pre-Sale or $55 Day of Event
Bring the kids! Children are free with purchase of ticket
If you haven't purchased your tickets via pre-sale, this is your chance to snag your ticket in person!
Awesome raffle prizes, an opportunity to win cabin stays and
fun experiences from our auction, Dove Hollow Farm horse
drawn carriage rides around the property, Smokin' Joe's BBQ,
live music from the Buckhorn Mountain Stompers, and more!
We are excited to announce the date of our Shasta Land Trust 20th Anniversary Wildways Kickoff! Join us March 18, 2018 from 4-8pm for a Sunday evening barn dance out at Ross Ranch, 11973 Old Oregon Trail Redding CA 96003Read More
One way to kick off the Holiday season is to experience a traditional Swedish Holiday breakfast, and that's just what friends of Shasta Land Trust, Warren and Tara Swanson, provided guests with this past weekend and for the past 4 years!Read More
Healthy land and water resources ensure safe drinking water and resilient forests, wetlands and wildlife. Shasta Land Trust board member Brandi Greene does her part to monitor groundwater in Northern California.Read More
In March, Shasta Land Trust held a Wildways event at City of Redding's newest nature preserve, Oregon Gulch. This very popular event helped showcase the value that nature and urban open spaces provide for families and community in Redding and Shasta County.Read More
Through our Wildways Series we work with local community members to provide fun educational experiences for friends, family and supporters all while raising funds for the conservation of beautiful lands in Shasta County. Preserve the Local Harvest was one of those events.Read More
Partial Solar Eclipse Viewing Parties in our Area
People from all over the country are anticipating the big solar eclipse on Monday. Rather than catching this phenomena from an office window or outside your front door, here are two fun places to go for a viewing party in our area!Read More
The Monarch Butterfly
The Boisclaires in Northern California have spent the last couple of years searching for Monarch caterpillars. Their goal is to help them become full grown butterflies within the safety of their home and eventually be released back into the wild. We were lucky enough to be invited over to learn the secrets of the majestic Monarchs and how we can help this species for future generations.Read More