About The BBCLT

The Big Bend Community Land Trust (BBCLT) is a land-based non-profit organization located in rural Eastern Shasta County. Located on a beautiful 33 acre farm in downtown Big Bend, the land trust offers a growing variety of different opportunities to uplift the population and prevent and reverse community deterioration. We steward this land on behalf of the residents and the healthy ecosystem, in the form of a public charity. The organization is focused on addressing the social, economic, educational and agricultural needs of our community. A volunteer-based organization, the BBCLT is working to help meet the needs of all residents, while being responsible land stewards on the farm.  We are finding ways to support the wants and dreams of our community blossoming into thriving projects with momentum and growth. The BBCLT is moving towards the goal to create a model for community revitalization that can be replicated in other rural towns across the nation.

The Big Bend Community Land Trust is administered by the Board of Directors and run nearly entirely by Local Volunteers

Ways the BBCLT helps our local community:

  1. Creative Poverty Relief
  2. Local Employment Opportunities
  3. Stewardship and Preservation of Local Land
  4. Educational Opportunities
  5. Helping provide material needs
  6. Creating creative outlets
  7. Bringing neighbors together through a variety of projects and events

Currently the BBCLT is focused on two major project branches: The Co-Op and The Hub. Please follow the links for more detailed information. If you are interested in volunteering, click here. If you are interested in financial contributions, click here.