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 Sierra-Sequoia Burn Cooperative, in partnership with Native American fire experts, will treat 115 acres while training tribes and other local crews.
A combination of firefighting efforts and past forest health work helped to protect historic infrastructure within Lassen Volcanic National Park.
Today our Governing Board authorized 15 grants, using all $19 million provided to the agency from the Early Action Wildfire and Forest Resilience Budget.
The Eastern Sierra Climate & Communities Resilience Project has planned a landscape-scale forest health project and continues to build local capacity.
There has been a lot of emphasis lately in forest management on building ‘Project Pipelines’. But what does this mean and why is it important?
At our Governing Board meeting, our Board authorized funding for three planning grants totaling $541,581 and approved the SNC’s 2021-22 Action Plan
Watch brief interviews with five county supervisors about what this state funding means for their communities, the Sierra Nevada, and California.
Governor Newsom reaffirmed support for forest and wildfire resilience by including $50 million for the Sierra Nevada Conservancy in his budget proposal.