The Eastern Sierra Climate & Communities Resilience Project has planned a landscape-scale forest health project and continues to build local capacity.
In 2020, the SNC partnered with the Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) to establish a $17-million Biomass Utilization Fund (BUF).
In 2020, the Tahoe-Central Sierra Initiative partnership coalesced behind 10 pillars of resilience that represent desired landscape outcomes.
Where Plumas County Fire Safe Council, an SNC grantee, completed work to improve forest health, the North Complex fire burned in less destructive ways.
Where Lassen Fire Safe Council, an SNC grantee, completed work to improve forest health, the Sheep fire burned in less destructive ways.
Heading into its second year of operation, the Sierra Nevada Alliance’s Forestry Fellowship Program is proving invaluable to increase the pace and scale of forest restoration.
The Tuolumne River Trust used Sierra Nevada RFFCP resources to pilot the innovative use of drones as a cost-effective way to view and analyze forest structure.
Feather River Resource Conservation District’s experience using CAL FIRE’s California Vegetation Treatment Program to meet CEQA requirements.