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Lake County News, July 25, 2019
Group announce permanent conservation of 879 acres in Eel River watershed
The Mendocino Land Trust and the Potter Valley Tribe, in partnership with Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
and the Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council, announced that they have permanently conserved 879 acres of land in the Eel River watershed, just northeast of the town of Potter Valley.
San Francisco Chronicle, June 24, 2019
PG&E owns land accross California. What will happen to it?
On March 12, the bankruptcy court recognized a motion that allows PG&E to continue fulfilling its land conservation commitment — news that came as a relief to stakeholders in the process. “That made a really big difference for our program, ensuring that things will continue business as usual on PG&E’s front,” said Heidi Krolick, executive director of the Stewardship Council. “We’re on a very rigorous timeline to get this completed.”
Lassen County Times, June 16, 2019
Trust celebrates property purchase near Westwood
The 7,000-acre parcel is part of a 140,000 acre PG&E land conservation
program coordinated by the Pacifc Forest and Watershed Lands
Stewardship Council. The conservation easement prevents the land from
being developed no matter the owner.
Plumas County News - August 6, 2018
Friends of Humbug celebrate upcoming land acquisistions
The Stewardship Council has played a major role since its inception in facilitating the reqcquitions of 2,325 pristine acres of Humbug Valley, along with the other acnestral lands located around Lake Almanor.
Jefferson Public Radio - January 4, 2018
Jefferson Exhange - McArthur Swamp Donation
Stewardship Council Executive Director, Heidi Krolick and PG&E's Hydro Support Manager, Aimee Crawford discuss conservation efforts at McArthur Swamp in Shasta County.
Placer Land Trust - July 1, 2017
Placer Land Trust protects Kidd & Cascade Lakes Preserve
Kidd & Cascade lakes Preserve is the third property that PLT has preserved in partnership with PG&E and the Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council.
Forest Research & Outreach - January 23, 2017
UC Research Forest Lands Expand with Donation
The land donation became official in December 2016. It was originally approved by the Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council in 2004 as part of PG&E's bankruptcy settlement, with the goal of ensuring that over 140,000 acres of California's lakes and watershed lands are conserved for the public good and to serve California's young people.
The Union - December 23, 2016
Bear Yuba Land Trust Secures Another High Country Conservation Easement
As part of its land conservation commitment, Pacific Gas and Electric recently donated 1,459 acres to the University of California.
The Union - September 14, 2016
2,000 acres of South Yuba headwaters conserved by Bear Yuba Land Trust
At 7,000 feet elevation in the high Sierra Nevada, three alpine lakes and 2,000 remote acres of forest and granite landscapes important to outdoor recreationists are now permanently protected
YubaNet.com - July 7, 2016
Christian Valley Park East of Auburn Protected Permanently
Placer Land Trust easement guarantees recreation forever
Funding provided by Stewardship Council grant
Plumas News - February 15,2016
Stewardship Council directs 200 additional acres be donated to Maidu Summit Consortium
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