Trinidad Coastal Land Trustlast updated: November 2016

The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust is a locally operated nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the natural beauty and character of the coastal areas of Northern California. A longstanding tradition in the United States, land trusts have helped create public rights without reducing private rights.

The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust (formerly the Humboldt North Coast Land Trust) was formed in 1978 by local citizens and currently holds more than 40 acres of coastal property and five easements.

The Land Trust holds and manages property donated for the benefit of the public. Donors may request that their donations be allocated for conservation, scenic views, access, or protection, and the Trust honors the wishes of such donors.

The Land Trust preserves areas of scenic beauty for the enjoyment of the public and for educational purposes and conserves and protects the land entrusted to its care. In this way it is making available to the many what had previously been accessible only to the few.


Contact Trinidad Coastal Land Trust


Contact Trinidad Coastal Land Trust

Ben Morehead
Executive Director
380 Janis Court
PO Box 457
Trinidad, California  95570
Phone: 707-677-2501


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Humboldt County, California


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