The Sierra Spotlight
The Sierra Spotlight, our digital newsroom, draws upon the regional knowledge and expertise of Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) staff to highlight the most important restoration, scientific, and policy events in the Sierra Nevada Region.
The Little Grass Valley Reservoir Watershed Protection Project should have a big impact in protecting communities and infrastructure from destructive wildfire.
The Sierra Nevada Conservancy has launched the second cycle of its $50 million Wildfire Recovery and Forest Resilience Directed Grant Program.
Our Governing Board approved funding for over 20 projects and discussed operational updates responding to legislation that expanded our service area.
We have received a record $100 million in funding requests for wildfire- and climate-resilience projects, nearly two-times what we have made available.
After back-to-back devastating wildfire seasons, California’s top leaders, scientists, and community and tribal leaders discussed wildfire recovery strategies.
New Vibrant Recreation and Tourism and Strategic Land Conservation grant guidelines, and $2.1 million in projects funded.
Join us on March 2 for a discussion with land managers, community leaders, and scientists as we explore wildfire recovery strategies for the Sierra Nevada.
In 2021, the Sierra Nevada was the epicenter of California’s wildfire crisis. When the smoke cleared, it revealed stories of resilience that provide great hope.
What our partners have been able to accomplish with support from the Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program (RFFCP) funding is remarkable.
The mill will provide a much-needed market for fire-killed hazard trees and rough-cut lumber for rebuilding communities damaged by the Dixie Fire.