Purchase and Donations

The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting for the public benefit the natural beauty and character of Humboldt County from Little River to Big Lagoon.


  • Trinidad Arts Night at Land Trust Simmons Gallery

    5:00 am-9:00 am

    Join us from 5 to 9pm on Friday, May 5 at our gallery event, open to all. We’re serving wine, beer and appetizers featuring Cypress Grove chevre and local oysters on the bbq.

    Paintings of Trinidad’s iconic Camel Rock as famous artists – from Van Gogh to Warhol – might have seen it.These 16 paintings have been out of the public eye since 200

    Land Trust Simmons Gallery, located directly behind the Trinidad Library. Call Tami for details at 677-2501.

    Prints and cards of the paintings as well as photo books will be available for sale, as well as raffle tickets for two big-ticket fundraising gifts!

    Donations will go toward the land trust’s conservation stewardship responsibilities at Houda Point, Baker Beach, Luffenholtz Beach, Moonstone and other public access coastal trails managed by TCLT.

  • Little River Ivy Bash

    9:00 am-1:00 pm
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    Little River Ivy Bash

    Enjoy volunteer work with an ocean view while helping to remove invasive ivy above the Little River on Saturday, May 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. The event is hosted by the Watershed Stewards Program and the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust. Participants are asked to bring layered clothing, work shoes, water bottle and gloves. Tools and snacks will be provided. Meet at the southern end of Scenic Drive in Trinidad. Directions from 101 N: take exit 726 A towards Westhaven Drive, turn left onto Westhaven Drive south, turn left onto Scenic drive and continue to the end and park at the cul-de-sac. Additional parking at the Moonstone Beach parking lot. Call 677-2501 for more information.<

  • Low Tide Walk

    9:00 am-11:00 am
    Trinidad Head

    Trinidad Head

    Enjoy a naturalist-guided introduction to intertidal habitats around Trinidad Head on Monday, May 29, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.. Sponsored by the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust, this easy-access low-tide walk will start at the north side of Trinidad Head, where participants will be introduced to a striking landscape to discover the plants and animals that make their living where the pounding sea meets the rocks. After exploring the exposed north face, participants will investigate the more protected tide pools under Trinidad Pier.  An optional tour of the Trinidad Head lighthouse, led by Leisyka Parrot, Interpretive Specialist with the Bureau of Land Management, will be offered immediately following the intertidal exploration. Meet in the parking area near the north base of Trinidad Head. Space is limited, Call 677-2501 to reserve a spot on this popular walk.

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