Lassen Land and Trails Trust hosts Oct. 9 Harvest Market

Come join The Lassen Land and Trails Trust in a celebration of autumn, one of the best seasons of the year.

According to a statement from Lassen Land and Trails Trust, “We will be hosting a final farmer’s Harvest Market at the Historic Susanville Railroad Depot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9th. Besides our market vendors and other new vendors, we will have Lassen Ale Works pouring your favorite brews, caboose tours, and more! There will also be an amazing drawing, including an awesome redwood picnic table, donated by California Correctional Center and a cord of firewood. For more information about this event and to enter the drawing (you do not need to be present to win), visit

If you are a vendor or community group interested in having a booth at the market, there is still space. Forms are available for download at

The Lassen Land and Trails Trust would also like to take this opportunity to thank our community, vendors and volunteers for the support of this year’s Farmers Market. Despite the challenges we all faced this summer, the Farmer’s Market was successful and a fun place to be.

We would also especially like to thank our generous sponsors, including Lassen Rural Bus, Les Schwab Tires, Susanville Supermarket, Smith Properties, C&S Waste Solutions, Sierra Pacific Foundation, Ed Staub & Sons, Farmers Insurance: Michelle Hunter, Lassen Land & Homes, Grocery Outlet, Comfort Inn Susanville, Redding Subaru, Pregill Insurance, Lassen Ale Works, Every Bloomin’ Thing, and Plumas Bank. The amazing support of these businesses has been critical to our success in 2021.

About Lassen Land and Trails Trust

     The goal of the Lassen Land and Trails Trust is to conserve significant natural areas and agricultural landscapes, promote education of natural resources and enhance a public trail system throughout Lassen County. With your help, we can make this happen, for ourselves, for our children, and future generations to come. Become a member or donate online or by mail. To learn more, visit