Our Impact

We protect land in Napa county through these conservation initiatives:

THE RESULTS

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41 Years and 65,000 Acres Saved!

  • 65,000 acres protected – 12% of Napa County – in 41 years and 215 projects:
  • 140 Conservation Agreements donated by over 90 property owners (properties stay in private ownership, but the Land Trust holds the land conservation agreement)
  • 19 properties transferred to resource agencies (properties have been transferred to such agencies as Fish & Wildlife and State Parks)
  • 16 properties protected through ownership by the Land Trust (properties which are eventually transferred or become Permanent Preserves owned by the Land Trust)
  • 23,000  Acres under Land Conservation Agreements
  • 26,000  Acres transferred to State and Local Agencies
  • 9,000   Acres owned by the Land Trust
  • 65,000  Acres currently protected = 12% of the county
  • 9 Permanent Preserves including the Connolly Ranch Environmental Education Center

Recent transactions

Upvalley Conservation Easement

The 55 acre conservation easement protects a property along Silverado Trail.

7,260 Acre Easement Sets Record

“This ranch ranked as the number one priority for biodiversity conservation in Napa County,” said Doug Parker, CEO of the Land Trust.

Dario Sattui Donates 5th Easement

The conservation easement will protect a property that overlooks the City of Napa in the Coombsville hills.

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