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Volunteer opportunity! We have spent much of this year working on a new fence project. The fence is important because we would like to keep a neighbor’s cows from treading on the sensitive wetland areas protected by our Bear River Bottoms conservation easement, important to many different species of birds, […]

Bear River Bottoms Fence Day


Record-Setting Year for Threatened Species in Mendon, Utah Ute ladies’-tresses or spiranthes diluvialis, a rare species of orchid appears in never-before-recorded numbers at a local preserve FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   August 17, 2017   Volunteers and citizen scientists are overwhelmed to find extraordinary numbers of the rare and threatened Ute […]

Record Setting Orchids




For the first time, we have produced an official Annual Report, detailing our financial standing! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate in contacting us! BRLC 2016 ANNUAL REPORT – PDF

BRLC Annual Report 2016


We are getting excited with the progress of a potential project in Nibley. The Utah Quality Growth commission, tasked with distributing the funds from the LeRay McAllister Critical Land Conservation Fund, visited the property in September and approved funding! This project is still in the works as we are now […]

Projects Update, Fall 2016



An In-Depth Look at Our Stewardship Activities at the Bear River Bottoms by Chris Call & Mike Wolfe Stewardship Committee members and volunteers have been actively treating invasive plant species at the Bear River Bottoms site since early March, as part of an ongoing weed management program. Of the 26 […]

Getting Down to the Roots


"I chose to live here for a reason. There was a farm across the street, with horses and a barn. Now, it is a subdivision." You and I have likely heard this story dozens of times from friends and family in Northern Utah. I heard it many times this summer […]

REACHing 2020: Five Pivotal Years


We have been hard at work gathering and distributing Milkweed seed in an effort to increase the amount of monarch butterfly habitat at our Bear River Bottoms property this fall. We thank Colleen Wolfe and her husband Ian Fowler for putting this video together of Mike Wolfe collecting and distributing […]

Milkweed Seed Video



Mt. Naomi Farms is proud to partner with Bear River Land Conservancy in presenting An Evening at the Farm on Monday, October 10th 5-8:00 P.M. We will have hayrides and raspberry picking as usual, but the money earned will go toward Bear River Land Conservancy. Please put this night on […]

An Evening at the Farm


Our beautiful little orchids are back, and we need to go count them! We started our annual orchid count off right with over 50 finds on the preliminary scouting trip July 28th. We hope to find many more this year, and we need your help. We walk the property with […]

Annual Ute-Ladies Tresses Count


Bear River Land Conservancy is always thrilled when we are asked to aid students at USU with projects, and this spring has been no different. Three students worked on projects on Bear River Bottoms property.   Liisa Smith, a Utah State University, Quinney College of Natural Resources student, worked with […]

USU Student Projects, Spring 2016




BRLC is pleased to announce that we will be attending Spring Festival in conjunction with Nibley City and Stokes Nature Center. Once again, we will be on hand to plant Sod Puppets with the kids!

Nibley’s Spring Festival




Trevor Irish, Development Assistant Trevor Irish is joining us as our Development Assistant. Trevor is a recent graduate of Utah State University in Sociology and Communications. He is coordinating our public outreach efforts and ensuring that we serve our community the very best we can. Trevor enjoys skiing, hiking, riding […]

Meet our new staff



Bear River Land Conservancy Partners with USU’s American Society of Mechanical Engineers and North Logan to put on Spectacle FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 29, 2015 Bear River Land Conservancy P.O. Box 4565 Logan, Utah 84323-4565 Bear River Land Conservancy believes a sense of community is vitally important now more than […]

Family Fun at the Pumpkin Toss