New Event - Ten Mile Stewardship
First event on November 21 at Old Smith Ranch Trail
We are excited to announce a new volunteer Stewardship Day at our Ten Mile estuary preserve located at the Old Smith Ranch! We have been delighted with how the community has responded to this new access point down to the river. If you are not yet familiar with the trail, click here for more information and instructions on getting there.

You are invited to help us maintain this beautiful public access trail. The workday will be from 10 a.m. until noon on Saturday, November 21st. Masks and social distancing will be observed in compliance with local regulations. If possible, please bring your own tools and gloves, although sanitized tools will be available. 

Coffee and donuts for those who come and help out!
Peter Douglas Trail Reopens
Damaged in 2019 fire, beloved trail has been repaired
Last month, Save the Redwoods League and Mendocino Land Trust announced the reopening of the Peter Douglas Trail through the Shady Dell candelabra redwood trees in Mendocino County. This reopening follows more than a year of restoration and repair efforts to Usal Road and the Peter Douglas Trail that were damaged in the 2019 Usal Fire.

Read the full press release here.
Video - Noyo River Redwoods
Brand new video showcases ambitious project
This video premiered at last month's Wild & Scenic Film Festival. Featuring MLT's own Nicolet and Monika, the film shows various aspects of one of MLT's most ambitious projects to date: the Noyo River Redwoods.

Check out our video on Youtube, and let us know what you think!
New Signage Installed at Mendo Bay Overlook
Fresh sign design debuts at famous overlook
Have you been to the Mendo Bay Viewpoint lately? If so, you probably noticed our beautiful, new, red sign out there. You can tell Monika is excited about it. If you have the time, go check it out!