Your Support Makes It All Happen!

2015 was a year of big achievements for Siskiyou Land Trust and your donations will help us build momentum from our accomplishments. Our supporters feel great about the work of this amazing organization. We’re proud of our work and we’re excited to do more!


Your donations will:
• Preserve ranchlands, rivers and forests in Siskiyou County
• Build more community projects and conserve open spaces
• Create programs that connect people to nature
• Provide stewardship at Sisson Meadow and the Garden Greenway

Click the gold button at the right for our secure donation page and enter the tax-deductible amount you wish to donate.  There are options for monthly giving, annual giving, and one time donations – whatever works for you.  You can dedicate your donation or gift friends or family with an SLT membership.  Your support means everything to our organization, and we thank you sincerely for whatever you can share.

Siskiyou Land Trust is an organization with big heart! In our work to protect open spaces, community access to nature, working ranch and forest lands, and critical rivers in Siskiyou County, we connect deeply with people and landscapes.  Thank you for being a part of our vision.

Conservation Achievements

Spencer Ranch protects salmon habitat

The Spencer Ranch Conservation Easement will preserve over 1000 acres of working ranch land in the Scott Valley, including critical salmon habitat on the Scott River. Read more…

Rainbow Ridge anchors wildlife habitat

The Rainbow Ridge Wherrit Conservation Easement will protect 597 acres of forest and wildlife habitat just west of the City of Mt. Shasta. Read more…

Community Projects

Garden Greenway connects people to landscape

This 2.89-acre project in Mt. Shasta connects Sisson Middle School, the Mt. Shasta Library, neighborhoods and the trail through Sisson Meadow to a landscape of gardens, open space, wetlands and wildlife habitat. Read more…

City Park to Downtown Trail underway

In partnership with the Mt. Shasta Greenway Consortium, the Land Trust is holding several easements to make the City Park to Downtown Trail possible. In fall 2015, the Mt. Shasta Trail Association started work on the trail. Read more…

The Latest News

May 12 – Ed Stuhl and his Mount Shasta Flora Slideshow

Join us for the final slideshow of our 2015-2016 season on Thursday, May 12. 11 at 7:00 pm in the Sisson Museum in Mt. Shasta as the authors of Mount Shasta Wildflowers present the story of iconic Mount Shasta artist Edward Stuhl.

Read the new 2015 SLT newsletter!

We’re excited to share our new newsletter! Click here or on the cover image to access our newsletter online.

Help us meet our member goal! We’re aiming for 100 members who make a monthly contribution to support our community projects and land conservation.



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