Some of the most scenic and wild places in Napa captured by staff and volunteers.
Big Douglas fir had fallen over path to the falls.
Family played an important role in Napa conservation.
Altogether, over 30,000 contiguous acres of land is now protected on the east side of the lake.
A great win for conservation in Napa County and the whole Bay Area.
Deadline to apply is October 6th.
Extreme wildfire demands a better understanding of how fire affects the natural environment.
Only about 30% of land trusts nationwide are accredited.
The property includes a portion of Chiles Creek and is in a key location within a priority wildlife corridor.
Property’s location allows for future outdoor experiences for kids.