The San Francisco Bay region is one of the nation’s leaders in local food and boasts an agricultural industry worth $1.9 billion annually. Napa’s world-class vines, local produce and livestock have been at the heart of this economic engine for generations. The Land Trust protects farms and ranches that support land-based livelihoods and rural ways of life.
Our Impact: Over 9,000 acres of permanently protected farmland support our continued agricultural vitality.
19 and 40 acres of vineyards and natural lands adjacent to the Foote Botanical Preserve at Mt. George and Sarco Creek.
263 acres of open space, plantable vineyard, and forested watershed lands.
72 acres of oak savannah and grassland, with planted vineyards. Located at the north end of Napa Valley, the natural areas of this property are visible from Highway 128.
The Vineyard X Conservation Easement Protects 46 acres of vineyard land along Highway 29 south of St. Helena from ever being developed. The following year, Andy added another conservation easement on his 44-acre Carneros Creek vineyard on Dealy Road, further protecting the rural viewshed of the Carneros. He also completed a conservation easement over the Las Amigas vineyard in the Carneros, on 58 acres. Beckstoffer’s Georges III vineyard, spanning from the Silverado Trail to Conn Creek Road and Skellenger Lane, protects 181 acres of scenic and agriculturally productive land. Two conservation easements cover the historic To Kalon vineyard along Highway 29 in Oakville, preserving 90 acres as forever agriculture. The Las Piedras vineyard is a 25 acre historic property off Sulpher Springs Ave. in St. Helena that was first planted with grapes over 170 years ago.
1,025 acres straddling Pope Chiles Valley Road; 100 acres of planted vineyard plus a winery. Several hundred acres of undisturbed oak woodland adjacent to The Land Trust’s Wantrup Wildlife Sanctuary.
10 planted vineyard acres and home in the western hills near Oakville.
164 acres (including 33 acres plantable) in the Carneros region southeast of Napa; includes all the lands of Milliken Peak (up to its summit) which face the City of Napa.
The Disney Vineyards include 103 planted acres and 99 acres of open space off of the Silverado Trail just south of Yountville along the Napa River.
432 acres of agricultural, open space, and watershed lands in Chiles Valley (60 acres in vineyard).
114 acres on the Silverado Trail east of Yountville which include 22 acres of planted vineyard and 92 acres of undisturbed natural habitat.
145 acres consisting of a vineyard, winery and forever wild open space in Chiles Valley.
980 acres of open space and grazing lands, including 24 acres of planted vineyard, east of the City of Napa.
An 18-acre parcel near Angwin that serves as a buffer to The Land Trust’s Linda Falls Preserve and at the same time provide for the establishment of a 10 acre vineyard.
451 acres forever-wild, grazing, and watershed lands above Lake Hennessey.
480 acres, including the Joseph Phelps winery, a historic schoolhouse, lake, and 130 acres of planted vineyard.
187 acres of scenic agricultural and open space land west of Calistoga, including 40 acres of planted vineyard.
21 acres of forever wild and agricultural lands with planted vineyards and mixed hardwood forests in the eastern Napa Valley hills.
342 acres in three contiguous easements of forested hillside and open space west of Rutherford. Includes 10 acres of organic vineyards and olive groves plus an additional 48 acres of prime agricultural land on the Valley floor, in the Agricultural Preserve, in Rutherford.
19 acres of planted vineyards in the Carneros, nearby the Carneros Creek and Milliken Peak properties.
1,318 acres off of Atlas Peak Road in Napa, including endangered plant habitat and 30 planted acres of vineyard (60 acres plantable).
45 acres along Napa River at Yountville Crossroad; 22 acres planted.
Collaborative project with Save the Redwoods League to protect 62 acres of conifer and old growth redwood habitat; adjacent to Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, this property also contains planted vineyards.
54 acres, including 50 planted acres of the home vineyard and the winery, near Oakville.
The Mt. George Vineyard is 112-acres (167 total plantable) on the slopes of Mt. George east of Napa; contiguous with The Land Trust’s Foote Mt. George Botanical Preserve. The Disney Vineyard covers 214 acres east of Yountville; 103 acres planted and 111 acres of open space bordering the F.S. and June Foote conservation easement.
41 acres (of 46 total plantable) of world-renowned cabernet vineyards on the Silverado Trail east of Yountville.
94 acres of a 121-acre working vineyard in the middle of the valley floor of the Oak Knoll District south of Yountville.
35 acres of vineyards and dense woodlands on the Howell Mountain ridgeline near Angwin, part of the Friesen Lakes, Conn and Putah Creeks watersheds. The Haiku House is 11 acres with a small vineyard and a significant stretch of riparian habitat along Mill Creek; located east of Bothe State Park across Highway 29. The Olive House consists of 10 acres and includes a 100-year old Olive grove as well as zinfandel and petite syrah vineyards.
Over 300 acres of open grasslands encompassing the scenic ridgetops near Skyline Park and the Napa Valley.
The Carsi Vineyard conservation easement restricts the development of a winery on the property, forever protecting 6.5 planted acres on Highway 29 south of Yountville. The historic Henry Ranch conservation easement forever preserves 528 acres of oak woodlands, grassland open space, planted vineyards (106 acres) and historic buildings along Carneros Creek and tributaries to Carneros Creek in the Carneros district. Three-quarters of this land will remain forever wild and undeveloped. Vittorio’s Vineyard, named for Sattui’s grandfather, protects 15 acres of the estate-planted vineyards, adjacent to Highway 29 at the southern end of St. Helena.
55-acre agriculture and forever wild conservation easement with vineyards and adjacent spectacular forested hillsides northwest of Yountville.