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 California’s Sierra Nevada-Cascade region.
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Join SNC on September 6–7 in Tulare County for a tour of wildfire- and community-resilience projects and updates on giant sequoias and capacity building.
SNC funded a trail, parking, and bathroom facilities to ensure this natural resource is properly protected and accessible to the public.
SNC’s Governing Board awarded $22.5 million to 24 different wildfire recovery & forest resilience, recreation access, and land conservation projects.
Key attributes indicate when a forest partnership is ready to translate significant long-term funding into meaningful change across a large landscape.
On June 1, SNC’s Governing Board will consider awarding $22.5 million to 24 different projects throughout California’s Sierra-Cascade region.
The Sierra Nevada Conservancy is now accepting concept proposals for its 2023 Wildfire Recovery and Forest Resilience Directed Grant Program.
SNC funded fuel-reduction work around Webber Lake in the headwaters of the Little Truckee River, a key water source and popular recreation area.
At SNC’s Watershed Improvement Program (WIP) Summit, regional leaders discussed their work addressing critical issues in California’s Sierra-Cascade.
SNC’s Governing Board approved over $27 million in grants to wildfire recovery and forest resilience, recreation, and land conservation projects.