Thanks to you, and hundreds of people who care about Mendocino County, we had an amazing show of support at the end of the year.
Not only did people like you help to 'meet the match-and leverage thousands of dollars for conservation', but many new and returning members stepped forward to lend a hand.
At the end of the day, all gifts, large and small, are what will make this year something extra special. Thanks to you, we'll be able to ramp up our work to protect more family lands, to work with partners to continue our restoration of local streams for salmon, and to build new coastal trails so everyone can enjoy our coastal forests and vistas.
But it's not just all those generous donations that will make 2015 a year to remember.
Through the tireless effort of our volunteers, we will be able to manage miles of trails and help families and our community care for native plants and animals on conserved lands. We hope you can join us for one of our stewardship days.
We couldn't do it without you. Together, we are working to conserve the land and water, while there is still time.
Now America's Newest National Monument!
Click to read more about this historic achievement for Mendocino County
Photo by Bruce Lewis
Thank you for joining us in making sustainable, local farming a priority in Mendocino County.
Photo by Arlo Reeves
75 acres of coastal, potential endangered species habitat just south of Point Arena is now protected by Mendocino Land Trust without risk of development forever!
As a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, the Mendocino Land Trust is committed to conserving, stewarding and promoting public access to Mendocino County's special, natural places.