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Rodman Preserve, Lake County Land Trust

Lake County Land Trust Lands

Please check the listed properties 

to find out more about the important work LCLT does.

Click on photos for more info & photos of each property

Melo Wetland Preserve

Rabbit Hill

Rabbit Hill Preserve
Rodman Preserve
Boggs Lake
Konocti Chaparral Preserve
Wright-Keithly Preserve
Monitor Island
Rodman Nature Center

The Mission of the Lake County Land Trust (LCLT) is to conserve land and water resources of important environmental, scenic, cultural and historic value on behalf of present and future generations and when possible provide public access for aesthetic, educational and recreational uses. LCLT can acquire land by fee title, hold Conservation Easements which are a creative way to preserve land in perpetuity while still maintaining private ownership and co-manage lands with other conservation non-profits and tribes. 


Land Trusts are private, non-profit corporations that work to protect land for various values. Most of the land trusts nation-wide are involved with protecting land with sensitive and important natural habitat, cultural and historical values and scenic areas. The Lake County Land Trust was formed in 1994 to protect and preserve wetlands, wildlife habitats, forests, watersheds, riparian stream corridors, lakeside areas, and other properties with unique scenic, cultural, agricultural, educational, and historical value in Lake County, California. LCLT works only with willing sellers and has no power of eminent domain. We work cooperatively with landowners, private groups and governmental agencies. Funding for land acquisition comes from State and Federal sources as well as private corporations and individual donors.


Many of LCLT’s properties are open to the public on a daily, limited or by invitation basis.

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