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Climate Change

The Sierra is severely impacted by the effects of the global climate crisis.

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Wildlife

Preventing habitat loss and minimizing factors impacting threatened and endangered species.

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Forests

Supporting healthy forest ecosystems and protecting them from the threats of development, wildfire, and disease.

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Protecting and restoring Sierra rivers for their remarkable scenic, recreational, habitat, and historic values.

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Since 1993, the Sierra Nevada Alliance has been protecting and restoring Sierra lands, water, wildlife, and communities.

Purpose
The Sierra Nevada Alliance exists to elevate and support Sierra ecosystems and communities.

Mission
We are a hub for stewardship of the Sierra Nevada, which we achieve by empowering and collaborating with our partners.

Vision
Every Sierra ecosystem and community is healthy, resilient, and collectively cared for through thriving partnerships, as a legacy for future generations.

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Help us save the Sierra! ⁠
We work to protect and restore this region from the destruction of wildfires and pressures of climate change and human impacts. There are many ways to support our work — like direct donation, becoming a Member of the Alliance, or supporting one of our fundraising campaigns with Lynch Creek Farm and Bookshop.org. ⁠
Your participation helps make our forestry, climate, and workforce development programs possible! Please join us today!⁠
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www.sierranevadaalliance.org/donate
The Alliance is still looking for some new team members to join us in strengthening and uplifting Sierra ecosystems and communities! We are hiring for TWO full-time positions and THREE SNAP AmeriCorps positions.⁠
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See open full-time roles at sierranevadaalliance.org/careers. ⁠
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To learn more about our SNAP postings, go to sierranevadaalliance.org/snap-position-descriptions. You have opportunities to serve with great organizations like the Sierra Club, American Forests, and the Sequoia Riverlands Trust!⁠
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@americanforests @sequoiariverlands⁠
#applynow #wearehiring #fundraising #forestry #AmeriCorps #gettingthingsdone #restoration #conservation #environmentaleducation
No such thing as too early to start shopping for holiday decorations! When you shop in the Sierra Nevada Alliance campaign with Lynch Creek Farm, 15% of your purchase goes back to the Alliance. ⁠
We have raised $82 of our $1,000 goal so far, but you can help us make it the res of the way! Shop our campaign through the link in our bio, or go to https://www.lynchcreekfundraising.com/c/276186
The Sierra Resource is out!⁠ ✨⁠
Our biweekly newsletter highlights regional events, jobs and news. The most recent resource includes information on 2 open jobs at the Sierra Nevada Alliance and an update on the California Redistricting Campaign's progress and public meetings being held this week. ⁠
Check out this week's edition at the link in bio, and sign up on our website to stay updated on Sierra Nevada happenings!
This past weekend, the Alliance’s own Sierra Corps Forestry Fellowship Program Director, Nicole Lutkemuller, got married!! 

Nicole and Dave married on a beautiful granite slab in the Sierra. Their wedding was postponed due to Covid and the site almost burned in the Caldor 🔥 Fire. We were so grateful they were able to have their special day! 

Help us send congratulations and blessings their way. 💕
On this Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we at the Sierra Nevada Alliance pause to show respect and honor to the Native Nations. We remain in solidarity and are committed to being better listeners and Learners, so that we may uplift their voices in the effort to protect and restore the Sierra Nevada.
The Alliance is also hiring a Sierra Corps Forestry Fellowships Program Director!⁠
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The Sierra Corps Forestry Fellowship Program aims to increase workforce capacity for organizations and agencies implementing forest health and natural resource management projects throughout the Sierra. ⁠
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The Program Director manages partnership development, initial candidate recruitment, application processes, first round interviews, provides employee benefits, distributes Fellows’ wages, and provides professional training and career development opportunities for the Fellows while Fellows work full-time at Host Site organizations. To learn more, see the position description linked in our bio.⁠
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This position is open until filled. Apply today by sending a resume and cover letter to Executive Director Jenny Hatch at jenny@sierranevadaalliance.org
Are you an environmental educator? An aspiring botanist? A community engagement wizard who wants to help conserve the Range of Light? We are still looking for candidates for this year's upcoming SNAP program, and would love to hear from you! The remaining open positions can be seen at: ⁠
sierranevadaalliance.org/snap-position-descriptions⁠
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Please feel free to contact SNAP Program Director Seth Connolly at seth@sierranevadaalliance.org for more information.
We are hiring a Fundraising and Community Engagement Director! ⁠
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This position is flexibly based in the Sierra Nevada, with an option for remote work. This position is responsible for leading donor-related events, grant development, managing the Member Group Program, and producing various organizational outreach communications. To learn more about this position, see the job description on our website (also linked in bio). ⁠
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Come join our team in protecting and restoring the Sierra Nevada! Apply by sending your resume and cover letter to Executive Director Jenny Hatch at jenny@sierranevadaalliance.org. ⁠
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#nowhiring #fundraising #communityengagement #sierranevada #jobopening
Launching our fall fundraiser! When you order wreaths, centerpieces, garlands, and other fall and holiday decor through our campaign with Lynch Creek Farm, the Alliance gets 15% of each purchase! ⁠
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Support the Alliance and decorate your home for the season! Link to our Lynch Creek Farm shop in bio.
We are so proud of all individuals and organizations that participated in this year's Great Sierra River Cleanup! ⁠
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This year, the Sierra Nevada Alliance began a soft transition to the role of regional coordinator for the #GreatSierraRiverCleanup, taking over from past coordination by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy. The 2021 Great Sierra River Cleanup took place on September 18th this year, though more activities and cleanups associated with this event and under the umbrella of the state-wide #CaliforniaCoastalCleanupDay continued throughout the month.⁠
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Despite reduced capacity and less than half the normal number of events and sites across the state, data submitted to the California Coastal Commission shows over 21,000 volunteers participated in California this year! Multiple Alliance member groups held events and contributed to the statewide totals of more than 153,000 pounds of trash and  9,000 pounds of recyclable materials (with more cleanup sites yet to report their totals!). Over the week of September 11-18, @yubariverpeople 's Yuba River Cleanup alone collected over 12,000 pounds along the Yuba River, between weeklong self-guided cleanups and and a community cleanup event on September 18. The @easternsierralandtrust also held their own event (pictured above), filling up an entire trailer with trash from their cleanup of the Owens River.⁠
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Thank you to all participants for your hard work, and we look forward to working with partners to host cleanup events across the Sierra next year! ⁠
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Photo: Eastern Sierra Land Trust
The Sierra Resource is out! Our biweekly newsletter focuses on events, jobs, and news in the Sierra Nevada. Highlights from the most recent resource include a report on the Great Sierra River Cleanup 2021, and important news about Gov. Newsom's $15 billion package for climate action. Check out this week's edition at the link in bio!⁠
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You can subscribe to the Sierra Resource on sierranevadaalliance.org

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