Siskiyou Land Conservancy is a small but effective non-profit organization in Northern California dedicated to protecting biological diversity and promoting sustainable living. Our work covers five counties containing key habitat for many endangered species:
Our projects are many. Siskiyou Land Conservancy currently owns two parcels. Our Eel River property protects 160 acres and nearly one mile of critical spawning habitat for Endangered Coho salmon. The other parcel, 80 acres on the Smith River, protects rare plant habitat. We also hold three conservation easements. One of the easements protects 148 acres on the South Fork Smith River, another protects 163 acres in western Mendocino County, and the third protects 73 acres in Southern Humboldt County. We are currently involved in restoration projects on two of these properties. (See projects for more information.)
Siskiyou Land Conservancy is also dedicated to protecting fish habitat throughout Northern California, particularly on the Klamath and Smith Rivers. In addition, our Sustainable Communities Program assists North Coast residents who want information and resources for living lighter on the planet.
Here’s how to contact or donate to Siskiyou Land Conservancy:
P.O. Box 4209
Arcata, CA 95518
Donations are tax-deductible. For credit card donations call the number above.