Wildflowers out despite lack of rain

Wildflowers out despite lack of rain

Despite the near-record dry winter, spring has revealed some stunning native wildflower displays at Land Trust preserves across the county. Napa County’s climate, geologic history, diverse soils, microclimates and varied topography have led to an abundance of rare...
2019 Photos of the Year – Land Trust of Napa County

2019 Photos of the Year – Land Trust of Napa County

It’s been a big year for us here at the Land Trust. We’ve protected more than 7,500 acres of land this year (see here, here and here, to name a few), led dozens of hikes and work parties across the county, and continued important stewardship projects. In...
Nature’s Resilience Part II

Nature’s Resilience Part II

Learn more about stunning wildflowers and other native plants making a comeback by clicking the graphic below. Back to Blog...
The best way to start the new year? #gohikenapa, of course!

The best way to start the new year? #gohikenapa, of course!

To start 2018 off right, the Land Trust hosted a New Year’s Day hike to Table Rock. Our traditional trip to the top of Mt. St. Helena had to be re-directed, unfortunately, due to fire damage on that trail, per hike leader Chip Bouril. But the group didn’t let that get...
It’s been a busy December

It’s been a busy December

The last few weeks of the year have been busy for the Land Trust, and with an equally busy holiday season on the front of most everyone’s mind, keeping track of our latest happenings can prove tricky. For those who may have missed the news, here is a list of the...