The San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust is most grateful for the extraordinary show of community support by the over 250 attendees at the recent Walk the Ridge event. Read release
The San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust is pleased to announce a mini-festival and open house style gathering at Arrowhead Ridge on Saturday July 20 between 2:00-4:00 PM. The purpose of the event is to host an enjoyable afternoon, while also encouraging fundraising support for important restoration projects at this landmark site. Read release
The San Bernardino Land Trust named as outstanding organization of the year by the Running Springs Area Chamber of Commerce in 2012. Read release
A 110-acre parcel on Sugar Pine Ridge was recently added to the U.S. Forest Service in a sale by the San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust. The longtime privately-owned property was formerly surrounded by public National Forest. It is located on the scenic western fringe of the San Bernardino Mountains on Forest Service Road 2N49. Read release
An 80-acre portion of the Eagle Ridge property in Lake Arrowhead, which went into default in October 2008, was purchased Wednesday afternoon by the SBMLT FOREST LAND LLC, a subsidiary of the San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust Read release
The San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust announced the purchase of a 50.31-acre property adjacent to Strawberry Peak in the Twin Peaks area of the San Bernardino National Forest. The sale, which had been in escrow since December 17, will close today.
The land was purchased from theAssemblies of God Church, after the church decided to withdraw plans to construct a Royal Rangers Adventure Camp at the site.
Royal Rangers Land Being Sold
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
The 50.31-acre proposed Royal Rangers property in Twin Peaks that has stirred such bitter community opposition for nearly a decade is about to be sold, ending the chance it could be extensively graded to become an adventure camp.
December 2010 the San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust (SBMLT) completed an acquisition of two adjacent properties totaling 260 acres on Cajon Ridge in the San Bernardino National Forest. Read release
The San Bernardino Mountains Land Trust announced today the transfer of two parcels of private land, totaling 826 acres, to Cleveland National Forest.
The transfer was completed due to the work of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who secured a $3 million appropriation from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), a 45-year-old federal program which assists the National Forest Service and other government agencies in acquiring land and easements.
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"Truly it may be said that the outside of a mountain is good for the inside of a man."
- George Wherry