Siskiyou Land Trust (SLT) invites the community to connect and engage with our work in Siskiyou County to preserve open spaces, create and support community projects, and build connections to nature by attending SLT’s annual meeting on May 10 from 6:00-8:00 pm at Sisson Museum. You’ll hear about achievements and project updates, then participate in an informal speed dating session where you’ll connect with our lead stewards to learn about our projects and ways you can put your skills and interests to work on these projects.

The Land Trust engages in community through its land conservation projects with private landowners, projects and partnerships to create and steward public landscapes, and educational outreach events. Projects are often community inspired and driven, like the Garden Greenway Learning Landscape across from Sisson School and recent enhancements to Sisson Meadow. Come hear from volunteers, board members and staff about ways you and your family can get engaged with outdoors, hands-on projects. Social time starts at 6:00pm and the program begins at 6:30pm at Sisson Museum, located at 1 North Old Stage Road, Mt. Shasta.

To learn more about the conservation work and public projects of the Siskiyou Land Trust, find us on Facebook, visit or call the office at 530.926.2259.