This area of the website will include information a variety of information including current and archived FLC newsletters for members, along with other resources such as Classified Listings, a new Resource Guide, Advertising Opportunities, Photo Gallery, and more.
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Coming soon is a Classified section – members will be able to post a classified listing for free. Nonmembers can post for a nominal fee. For details on terms and conditions for posting a classified listing, please call or email Deidre Bryant, 877-326-3778, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you remember the publication, “Who Will Buy Your Logs?” This publication was last available in 1998 – the information has been updated and expanded. FLC published the first edition of the new publication titled, “Resource Guide,” in 2014; and it was distributed to members at the Annual Meeting that same year and mailed to those members who were not in attendance at the Annual Meeting. As listings change, they are updated electronically and made available to members through the website. The Resource Guide is published in hard copy every other year. The 2016 and 2018 editions were distributed to members at each of the Annual Meetings for those years and then by standard mail. The next edition will be available late fall 2022.
Submit your family photos – pictures of activities on your land, such as harvesting, logging, planting, etc. We are building a photo gallery and want to include you. Email your photos (email@example.com) or send on a CD to the FLC office.
The earliest human visits to the region may have occurred between 11,000 and 15,000 years ago. The Nisenan inhabited the drainages of the Yuba, Bear and American rivers, and also the lower reaches of the Feather River, extending from the east banks of the Sacramento River to the mid to high elevations of the western flank of the Sierra Nevada.