IMPORTANT COVID-19 NOTICE: EFFECTIVE JUNE 15, 2020, SRT has announced the reopening of Kaweah Oaks Preserve and Dry Creek Preserve, with these rules: Six-foot social distancing must be maintained throughout the preserve; Face masks are strongly recommended; Picnic areas remain closed to public use. Please bring hand sanitizer and be mindful when touching common area features such as gates and restroom hardware. Be mindful that wildlife residents have been living blissfully mostly human-free since closure on April 2. Thank you for showing concern for your fellow outdoor enthusiasts by observing these above requirements. Open status may change based on conditions, so please visit sequoiariverlands.org or this space for the latest announcements when planning a visit to the preserves.

Homer Ranch Preserve has reopened weekends only effective Nov. 1 following annual fire season closure.

 

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Sequoia Riverlands Trust is a regional nonprofit land trust dedicated to strengthening California's heartland and the natural and agricultural legacy of the southern Sierra Nevada and San Joaquin Valley. The wealth, productivity and beauty of this land inspire our work to conserve it for future generations.

  • Dear SRT Family,

    As we move closer to a new year, the leaves of the sycamores in the rare alluvial woodland at Homer Ranch Preserve have turned a deep rust-brown. On a national level, we are preparing for a new President and Vice President. And with the beginning of vaccine distribution, we look forward to a time when we will be able to safely gather again with family and friends.

    Sequoia Riverlands Trust is also entering a season of transition. So many challenges lie ahead, including groundwater and climate issues, shifting land use policies, and the need to raise the next generation of naturalists and farmers. SRT has assessed its leadership needs as we prepare to meet these challenges.

    To help move us toward our vision, the SRT Board has named Scott Spear as Acting Executive Director. Scott has a 20-year history with SRT, which, combined with his experience as a farmer, uniquely positions him as a bridge to our future leadership. As the founding chairman of SRT’s Board, Scott was instrumental in the creation of our organization. As Acting Executive Director, he will work closely with a team of senior staff and the Board of Directors as SRT continues its critical conservation, education, policy, and land management work.

    We begin the search for a new Executive Director from a place of strength and stability, firmly rooted in our mission to inspire love and lasting protection for important lands. We are committed to our vision of a future where productive farmland and healthy natural systems are protected to generate community vitality and economic prosperity.

    SRT is so grateful for the strong support of our volunteers, staff, ambassadors, and donors. Your support has made us the robust and vital land trust we are today, and your continuing commitment will ensure the future of SRT’s work. Our preserves at Kaweah Oaks, Homer Ranch, and Dry Creek are open to the public, and we encourage you to visit and enjoy the beauty and respite of nature in this holiday season. For more information, contact info@sequoiariverlands.org.

    We hope to see you outside in 2021!
    Sincerely,

    Mike Olmos
    Board President
    Sequoia Riverlands Trust

  • MORE great gardening weather is in store! And just in time for SRT Dry Creek Nursery's December Plant Sale, with fantastic deals up to 75% OFF! Come on out Saturday, Dec. 12 and please bring your masks -- and remember that we're all following social distancing protocols. Come out and fill your garden with native drought-resistant plants.

  • Want to positively impact environment? Want to join others whose values you share? Join our volunteer effort at SRT preserves and make a difference!

  • WOW!! Is this some great gardening weather or what! And just in time for SRT Dry Creek Nursery's Fall Plant Sale, with fantastic deals up to 75% OFF! Come on out this Saturday, and please bring your masks and remember that we're all following social distancing protocols. Come out and fill your garden with native drought-resistant plants.

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