Conserved! – 879 Acres in Eel River Watershed

July 26, 2019

We are very happy to announce the permanent conservation of 879 acres of former PG&E land along Trout and Alder creeks in the Eel River watershed. The land has been conveyed to the Potter Valley Tribe and a conservation easement, guaranteeing permanent protection of the land, has been donated to Mendocino Land Trust. Together, the Potter Valley Tribe and Mendocino Land Trust will protect the conservation values present on these properties, including fish and wildlife habitat, open space, public view-shed, forest ecosystems, historic and cultural values and public access.

Read the full press release here.