Seeing small species in the wild

Seeing small species in the wild

The Land Trust led an excited group out to our Wantrup Preserve recently for one of our special Members Only series outings – Reptiles and Amphibians. For those of us who couldn’t make it, Lands Program Assistant Erin Erickson came back from the field trip with photos...
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...
ACE crew helps restore Archer Taylor Preserve trails

ACE crew helps restore Archer Taylor Preserve trails

A group of six, hard-working American Conservation Experience (ACE) members recently spent a week at Archer Taylor Preserve in an effort to repair the Maggie’s Peak and Old Tin Cabin trails. The American Conservation Experience is a non-profit that provides real-world...
Webber Ranch protected through conservation easement

Webber Ranch protected through conservation easement

The Land Trust of Napa County and its state government partners announce the completion of a conservation easement protecting the 732-acre Webber Ranch, near Lake Berryessa. “This is an important step in an ongoing effort to ensure the future of ranching, scenic open...
A historic year for the Land Trust

A historic year for the Land Trust

2017 was a record year for Land Trust of Napa County – 12,389 acres were protected; the most ever for a single year in our 42-year history. The Montesol project kickstarted 2017 as the Land Trust’s biggest conservation easement ever at 7,260 acres. The property...