Landowner Success Story

 Sandy DuBose at her Parkville Ranch

Sandy DuBose at her Parkville Ranch

Sandy Dubose, owner of the beautiful Parkville Ranch, will be featured in an upcoming video success story through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Sandy, who donated an easement on her ranch last December to the Shasta Land Trust, has been actively working with NRCS throughout the years on numerous conservation projects to improve agricultural productivity as well habitat and water quality.  NRCS recently sent in their video crew to interview Sandy, her farm manager, our friends with the local NRCS, and Shasta Land Trust. The conservation easement we hold on the property leverages all the great work done by Sandy and NRCS by ensuring that the property is forever protected. We're grateful to Sandy for creating a legacy of conservation on the Parkville Ranch. Stay tuned for the release of the video sometime this winter.

 The NRCS film crew interviews Sandy about the habitat work she's done over the years

The NRCS film crew interviews Sandy about the habitat work she's done over the years

 Jenna Brazil from NRCS talks about the oak woodlands on Sandy's property

Jenna Brazil from NRCS talks about the oak woodlands on Sandy's property