Collaborative Conservation on the Banks of the Yuba River
On the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, at the confluence of Deer Creek and the Yuba River, thereís a very special place. A place which holds:
Rich natural habitat
Over 900 habitat-rich acres of riparian habitat, blue oak woodland, wetlands, and great groundwater-fed ponds.
Chinook salmon restoration
Over two miles along the banks and watersheds of the Yuba River and Deer Creek, at the epicenter of the Chinook salmon restoration effort.
Past the Sutter Buttes and the Central Valley to the west, and across the Sierra to the east.
Rich archaeological remains
Archaeological features such as gold-rush era townsites, great hardrock tunnels and towering hydraulicked bluffs which yielded a fortune in gold and still hold much, much more.
Direct access to both Grass Valley and Marysville on Highway 20.
Four prime equestrian parcels, between 20 and 30 acres each and surrounded by nearly 700 acres of accessible open space, are now available for purchase. For more information, or to arrange a tour of the property, contact
A place this special deserves a special vision. A vision thatís been over three years in the making. A vision we call Excelsior. A vision that looks like this: Excelsior Master Plan