In the fall of 2015, The Trust for Public Land purchased the Preserve's 688 acres from the family that has owned the land for most of the 20th century.
For years, the community has fought plans to build a large subdivision by Arroyo Burro Creek.
Mount Eddy is named in honor of Olive Paddock Eddy, who in the 1880s became the first woman to climb this picture-perfect peak. Today, Mt.
The Trust for Public Land is working in partnership with city and county governments, timber companies, and land trusts to acquire properties and finance conservation easements in California's North Coast region.
Liberty Island, on the northwestern fringe of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, is one flooded tract whose flooding has yielded unexpected, and encouraging, results.
Located on a particularly scenic portion of the Northern California coastline, Point Arena is known for its dramatic coastal shelves and bluffs, spring-fed waterfalls.
Once a pristine wetland, the Upper Devereux Slough was filled to create the Ocean Meadows golf course in 1965. Now it's on track to be restored to its natural splendor.
The majestic Sierra Buttes are a dramatic backdrop to the Northern Sierra's "Lakes Basin" and seemingly pristine landscape that few people realize was once actively mined as part of the Sierra Mother Lode, and has been fragmented into protected and unprotected parcels of property.
Established in 1956, Arcata's community forest is the oldest city-owned community forest west of the Rockies.
The 3,000-acre Webber Lake property is a look back in time. Once a stop along the Henness Pass Road, the original Webber Lake Hotel—built in the 1860s—still stands on the property.