Northcoast Regional Land Trust Inc


Northcoast Regional Land Trust Inc
Northcoast Regional Land Trust Inc is listed in the Environmental & Ecological Equipment & Services category in Arcata, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Northcoast Regional Land Trust Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Northcoast Regional Land Trust Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

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901 Samoa Blvd
Arcata, CA 95521
(707) 822-2242
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We are excited to announce the hiring of Dan Ehresman as our new Executive Director! "We are delighted that Dan is taking this leadership role at the Land Trust. With past experience as an Executive Director at a local conservation non-profit, and his current employment with our organization over the last year as a Project Manager, we are confident that he is the right fit. We know that Dan will represent and implement the Land Trust's mission of conserving the economic viability of working landscapes, while preserving and protecting the natural, educational, scenic and historic values we enjoy here on the North Coast," says NRLT Board President Greg Blomstrom. To learn more about Dan, visit our website at: Dan will begin on March 1, 2017 with a month overlap with NRLT's current Executive Director for training and transition of leadership.

Northcoast Regional Land Trust shared Karlee Jewell's event.
Mark your calendars for this wonderful volunteer opportunity at Freshwater Farms Reserve. If you are interested in learning more about rain water catchment systems, composting, permaculture, and native plants...this is the event for you!
• Want to learn about rain water catchment systems? • Interested in composting and other permaculture practices? • Do you like native plants and wildlife? COME VOLUNTEER AT THE UPCOMING OUTDOOR STEWARDSHIP AND SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES EVENT AND HELP RESTORE A WATERSHED RIGHT HERE IN OUR BACK YARD! WHEN: February 25th, 2017 10-2pm WHERE: Kneeland Glen Farm Stand- Freshwater Farms Reserve 5851 Myrtle Ave, Eureka CA 95503 HELP US: install a rain water catchment system, complete bioswale and compost maintenance and construction, trail maintenance, and native garden beautification Food, refreshments, and tools provided! Please wear closed-toed shoes. Bring sunscreen, hat, and gloves if desired. To learn more about the North Coast Regional Land Trust and all the awesome work they do check out their facebook page: To learn more about the Watershed Stewards Program check us out at: The mission of the Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) is to conserve, restore, and enhance anadromous watersheds for future generations by linking education with high-quality scientific practices. A program of the California Conservation Corps, WSP is one of the most productive programs for future employment in natural resources. WSP is administered by CaliforniaVolunteers and sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service.
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The Graham-Long dairy barn is looking wonderful with its brand new roof! We have also begun rehabbing the nursery and pouring the new floor. A big thank you to everyone who has donated to help make these projects a reality and a special thank you to Ryan Sullivan and his awesome crew for all the great work! If you are interested in donating to help complete these historic projects:

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Work is underway to rehab NRLT's Freshwater Farms Nursery! Perfect timing given part of the old roof blew off during the blustery weekend. When the work is completed, the nursery will be available for lease for the right tenant interested in propagating native plants and other flora. We will be flying an official notice as we get closer to completetion. If anyone has questions in the meantime, please email us directly!

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Indian Creek Conservation Easement and Martin Slough Enhancement Project Funded! The California Department of Fish and Wildlife recently announced their list of Proposition 1 funded projects, and our Lost Coast Redwood and Salmon Phase II conservation easement project at Indian Creek was selected for funding. We will now be able to complete this historic 2,700-acre conservation easement, which is likely to close in 2017.This conservation project permanently protects a critically important refuge for coho salmon and Chinook salmon on a tributary of the South Fork Eel, and it means that this area will remain a whole and healthy working forest forever. We also received notice that NOAA's Coastal Ecosystem Resiliency Grant Program will be providing funding to implement the enhancement project at Martin Slough that we have been planning with project partners Redwood Community Action Agency and the City of Eureka. This project will provide key improvements to juvenile coho salmon rearing habitat, while reducing flooding and improving viability on agricultural land owned by the Northcoast Regional Land Trust and recreational land owned by the City of Eureka. We look forward to implementing the Martin Slough Enhancement Project in summer of 2017!