Our Lands. Our Future.

Yolo Land Trust is devoted to one critical mission: protecting farmland and ranchland in Yolo County. Since its founding in 1988, it has permanently conserved nearly 11,000 farmland acres, ensuring that:

  • Agricultural productivity will continue
  • Wildlife habitat will be sustained
  • Open space will be preserved
  • Our rural quality of life will be safeguarded

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Most of this land has been protected through over 60 conservation easements, plus the fee ownership of an easement-restricted farm.

Cache Creek Easements (13)—2,342 acres, agricultural

Capay Farm Easement –115 acres, agricultural & habitat

Clarksburg Easements (8)—1,177 acres, agricultural

Davis-Woodland Corridor Easements (20)—3,046 acres, agricultural & habitat

Elkhorn Basin Ranch Easements & Fee Owned (5)—1,663 acres, agricultural & habitat

Hayes Easement—351 acres, agricultural

Leland Ranch Easement—359 acres, agricultural

Longview Ranch Easement, 113 acres, agricultural

Putah Creek Easements (6)—1,158 acres, agricultural & habitat

South Madison Easement—151 acres, agricultural

Tule Ranch Easement—143 acres, agricultural & habitat

Winters-Davis Corridor Easements (3)—591 acres, agricultural