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He managed the Placer Legacy program which began back in 1998 when the Board of Supervisors voted on an Open Space plan, and now includes over 15 projects to date.

He also spearheaded the proposed Placer County Conservation Plan (PCCP) aimed at protecting more open space within the County.

“Our job is to ensure that the property is kept open and accessible not only for the public today, but for future generations as well,” said Placer Land Trust Executive Director Jeff Darlington at a July 7 dedication event at the park.

“The conservation easement permanently protects Christian Valley Park and the benefits this land provides the public – scenic open space, natural habitat, and a wide range of public use – from family picnics to organized youth sports.” Funding for the perpetual monitoring and enforcement of the conservation easement was provided by a grant from the Pacific Forest and Watershed Stewardship Council, along with pooled contributions from Placer Land Trust’s members.

Our hiring process often takes longer so we can make sure to find the best fit for our team. Earlier this year we also said goodbye to two members of our Board of Directors – stepping down were Treasurer Larry Menth and long-time Board member Larry Welch.

Larry Menth took an employment position requiring extensive travel and Larry Welch is the new Board President at the Placer Community Foundation.

Placer Land Trust (PLT) and its partners are very pleased to announce the permanent protection of Christian Valley Park, a 16-acre recreation property east of Auburn.

Our staff had to adjust from working in a very open office environment to “cubicle land,” which was quite a change.

But after almost a year, staff are getting used to it.

In May, we bid farewell to longtime staff member Jessica Daugherty, who served as our Assistant Director.

She took a position with the Stewardship Council as their Director of Land Conservation.

To fill her spot, and to account for the growth we’re experiencing, we’ll be bringing on two upper level management positions – an Operations Director who should be starting in early November and a Conservation Director position which we will be looking to fill sometime this winter.

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