Placer County is home to a variety of beautiful landscapes, from the valley to the mountains. The Placer County Board of Supervisors recently took to a step toward preserving some of the scenic land in the area.

Close to 300 acres of wetlands/open land will be permanently preserved just west of Lincoln. The land is home to a variety of endangered species vernal pools, fish and migratory birds. The effort also helps with floodwater detention and agricultural conservation.

The Board of Supervisors decided to conserve this area to help retain the county’s land legacy.

The land of Placer County has quite the legacy dating back to the Gold Rush era and beyond. The landscapes offer an abundance of opportunities to go hiking or biking, from the Quarry Road Trail, to the Confluence Interpretive Trail to the Beacroft Trail, to the plentiful parks throughout the area. Placer County has a lot to showcase when it comes to natural beauty.

That is part of the reason that so many people have decided to call this area home. If you are interested in purchasing real estate in Placer County, don’t hesitate to contact one of our professionals.

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