1,750 Acres Along Hat Creek Protected for Fly Fishing and Recreation

Northern California’s iconic Hat Creek, renowned for its world-class fly fishing, breathtaking scenery, and recreational allure, has been permanently safeguarded through a joint effort by Shasta Land Trust, Pacific Forest & Watershed Lands Stewardship Council, and Pacific Gas & Electric.

This conservation initiative has secured a sprawling 1,750-acre property extending from Cassel to the Pit River, further connecting to two existing Shasta Land Trust conservation easements. This collective protection envelops 4,267 acres of contiguous lands along Hat Creek towards the Pit River confluence.

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