Saving Clover Valley

Clover Valley has wonderful grassy hills, oaks, and rock formations among its many natural resources.

In Memoriam

Duane WilsonDuane Wilson — Loyal and Passionate CVF Donor

Duane loved nature and was active in efforts to preserve open space for his grandchildren and future generations. He was a supporting member of Clover Valley Foundation and volunteered many hours to preserve the last remaining open space in Rocklin. He is featured in a short documentary, "Clover Valley — Last of Its Kind," about the grassroots citizen campaign to save the valley. Donations in Duane's honor can be made to Clover Valley Foundation.

End-of-Year 2021 Update

Happy Holidays from Clover Valley Foundation!

Throughout 2021, Clover Valley Foundation (CVF) board members continued with efforts to preserve Clover Valley's wonderful natural attributes.

Quick updates: We are keeping a close watch on proposed "phasing plans," and send a big "thank you" to supporters who spoke or sent comments to Rocklin's Planning Commission and City Council (October 2021 meetings) to oppose the proposed five-year development agreement. Those efforts helped reduce the extension to four years. A local university received a donation of 100 acres in Clover Valley from the current landowner-developers. And potential funding sources are still being sought to acquire the valley and protect its natural beauty for future generations.

We welcome any and all ideas from our supporters and would greatly appreciate your providing your email address in order to facilitate rapid communication. Please send us your email.

The CVF board of directors, Doug Brewer, Marilyn Jasper, and Tony Rakocija, wish you the happiest of holidays and a great 2022.

DONATIONS: As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, CVF appreciates year-end donations for our ongoing efforts to save the valley (donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law). As we enter our 23rd year to achieve that goal, we thank our new and long-term supporters!

Cool shade from an old California buckeye tree in Clover Valley
Cool shade from an old California buckeye tree in Clover Valley
Wildflowers on West slope of Clover Valley
Wildflowers in Clover Valley

See our News Archive to find out more about the progress we've made over the years.


Clover Valley — Last of Its Kind

This is a short video documentary produced by Sierra College Professor Sean Booth. It describes the environmental issues and what is at stake in losing Clover Valley to another urban sprawl development project. (20 minutes)

Clover Valley Foundation — Interview with Marilyn Jasper

Listen and watch the 7-minute video interview to understand why saving Clover Valley is important and critical to the region. (7 minutes)

Help Save Clover Valley

We are actively engaged in the effort to preserve Clover Valley, a beautiful and unique natural area in Rocklin, California. Read about the valley's ecology and history on our website, find out about the EIR process, or look at some of the amazing pictures of Clover Valley. Then, think about how you can help keep this valley an asset in Placer County for future generations.

We now have the ability to accept donations through PayPal. Visit our How You Can Help page for the PayPal "Donate" button.

News Archive

See our News Archive page for news items and links to past newsletters. You'll see the progress we've made over the last decade and some of the challenges we'e faced.

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