The Siskiyou Land Trust offers three ways to help keep you informed about SLT activities and achievements. 

1. The free  E-mail News is sent a couple times each month to announce upcoming events. You can sign up below.

2. Our Printed Newsletter is mailed to SLT supporting members via the Post Office.

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Once or twice each year, we publish a printed newsletter that is mailed to all SLT members and supporters. You can receive a copy of this newsletter in the mail by becoming a member. Simply Click Here for our Secure Donation page and become a member at any level you desire. Your tax-deductible donation helps fund SLT activities and is a  valuable part of the community support needed for grants and other funding sources.

Printed Newsletters Online

You can also read past issues of the printed newsletter online at the links below.

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.

Spring 2013 Newsletter

Click to Download:  Spring 2013 Newsletter

  • Rainbow Ridge Update
  • Sisson Meadow seasonal journal by Sam Baxter
  • Garden Greenways Acquisition Project

Spring 2012 Newsletter

Click to Download:  Spring 2012 Newsletter

  • Students help at the Garden Share and Sisson Meadow
  • Sisson Meadow update
  • The Great Shasta Rail Trail Project
  • Keeping conservation relevant on Rainbow Ridge
  • Innovation in regional forest management
  • Report from the California Council of Land Trusts convention:  John Brennan

Fall 2011 Newsletter

Click to Download: Fall 2011 Newsletter

  • The Siskiyou Land Trust Speakers’ Bureau
  • Conservation Easement workshop in Montague
  • Cycling through Turkey: SLT Slideshow Series story from Linda Roddy and Mike Hupp
  • Garden Share update
  • To swim or not to swim?  News from Hammond Pond
  • Changing Hats:  Janet Zalewski

Spring 2011 Newsletter

Click to Download: Spring 2011 Newsletter

  • Celebrating Success: the Plank/Whipple easements in Scott Valley
  • Why Volunteer?  Sam Baxter
  • Member Focus: Mike Sojka
  • What’s in store for stewardship and acquisition
  • Backcountry ski report: Robin Kohn

Fall 2010 Newsletter

Click to Download:  Fall Newsletter 2010

  • Mt. Shasta Garden Share Project
  • Thoughts from the Pacific Crest Trail
  • Volunteers Make a World of Difference
  • Meet SLT Member Tom Stokley
  • California Land Trusts: Small is Beautiful
  • Where are They Now?  Jack Moore

Spring 2010 Newsletter

Click to download: Spring Newsletter 2010.pdf
  • Letter from the President of the Board
  • New Digs for the Land Trust!
  • Land Trust Staff Focus on Action
  • Why your Membership Matters
  • Letter from the President
  • Meet Marc Williams
  • Conservation in the News!
  • Tuli Potts shares Thoughts on Conservation

Spring 2009 Newsletter

Click to download: SLTspring09WEB-2.pdf
  • SLT and Partners to Build Spring Hill Trail
  • SLT Proposes First County Agricultural Easement
  • More Volunteers Needed for Sisson Meadow Spring Cleaning
  • Thanks to SLT Members
  • Letter from the President

December 2008 Newsletter

Click to download: e-newsletter.Dec 2008-1.pdf

  • Happy Holidays!
  • Holiday Hours
  • Upcoming Events
  • Volunteers Needed!
  • Thanks to our Business Supporters

Spring 2007 Newsletter

Click to download: SLTSpr07pub-1.pdf

  • Sisson Meadows Trails and Wetlands Completed
  • Legislative Boost for Land Conservation
  • SLT Proposes Environmental Education Center to Replace Old Barn at Sisson
  • SLT Hires New Staff
  • Letter from the President