In this time of giving thanks, we are especially grateful for all we’ve accomplished together and another successful year in conservation. Join us as we revisit the stories that shaped our efforts over the past year.

Land protection projects located in key wildlife corridors, reducing the risks of wildfire and more – just a few of the highlights that made 2022 special. With your help, a wide range of important conservation work has been accomplished and we hope you enjoy reading about it as much as we enjoy sharing it with you.

We want to thank you for helping pursue the Land Trust’s mission – to preserve the character of Napa – and we look forward to another successful year in 2023.

Happy Holidays!

Land Trust of Napa County


#5 – New Wildlife Picture Index photos offer a stunning look at a variety of Napa’s wild animals




#4 – Land Trust completes Aetna Springs fuel break project

A completed section of Land Trust of Napa County’s Aetna Springs fuel break. Photo by Mike Palladini – Land Trust of Napa County.




#3 – Land Trust purchases over 1,000 acres




#2 – Land Trust works with partners to complete forest-thinning project in Angwin




#1 – Land Trust protects 1,400-acre ranch