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Forest Health Grants and Forest Practice Documents: Can they be used together to create a more resilient landscape?


This webinar is an opportunity to learn about Forest Health Grants and Forest Practice Documents from representatives at CAL FIRE, Crook Logging Inc, Auten Resource Consulting, and the Soquel Demonstration State Forest. Participants will increase their knowledge of how to utilize forest health grant funds, THPs, and other forest practice documents to accomplish forest health

Stop the Idaho-Maryland Mine – Vested Rights Hearing

Eric Rood Administration Center 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City, CA, United States

Nevada County Supervisors will consider Rise's petition for vested rights in a public hearing at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, December 13 in the Board chambers, Rood Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City; with a second day added on Thursday, December 14, if necessary to accommodate public testimony and deliberation. Please attend if you can! We

CalNonprofits Annual Policy Symposium


If you’re thinking uncertain times call for caution or inaction, stop! Despite a well- documented drop in donations, predictions of a recession, and a chaotic new election cycle on the horizon, nonprofits across the state are making great strides in effecting meaningful change in their communities. Join us for our annual Policy Symposium for an

Webinar: Removing FERC Hydropower Dams: Data and Decision Making


Dam removal can have huge benefits for rivers, people, and healthy ecosystems. As hydropower dams across the country are aging and their owners are evaluating the future of these projects, many owners are deciding to remove their dams and restore the rivers on which they operated. Many of these projects are old, uneconomic, and cause

Buttermilk Infrastructure & Recreation Planning Initiative – Public Mtg #3

Cerro Coso Community College, Bishop Campus 4090 W. Line St, Bishop, CA, United States

This is the FINAL of 3 public meetings and will provide an opportunity for input, feedback, and conversation. At this meeting, the project team will review the input received at our prior two public meetings and via the input map, and examine areas of consensus. "BIRPI" is being completed by the Eastern Sierra Council of

Collaborative Fuels Reduction Projects: Lessons Learned from the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County


This webinar is an opportunity to learn about collaborative fuels reduction projects from representatives at the Resource Conservation District (RCD) of Tehama County, the National Park Service, CAL FIRE, and Battle Creek Meadows Ranch. Participants will increase their understanding of how lead agencies, partners, and communities collaboratively design and implement fuels reduction projects using lessons learned from

Native Gardening Chats: Developing an Epic Garden


Naturehood will be taking a break in January, while we clean out the garden shed. Join us again in February with Susan Gottlieb, the co-creator of the famous and beautiful Gottlieb Native Garden in Beverly Hills. We’ll learn tips about design, harmony, and sustainability that you can bring to your own gardening space. Click here

California Water Culture; an overview of how California’s unique waterways have been transformed, how it happened, and what it means


California is unique and arguably infamous for many reasons. Water in California is beginning to grab the attention it deserved long ago as the once waterlogged landscape is unrecognizable farmlands, leveed deltas, and expanded deserts. How did California’s water go unnoticed for so long only to become a hot topic? This talk will overview the

Indigenous Co-Stewardship of Public Lands: Lessons for the Future

Graton Resort and Casino 288 Golf Course Dr W, Rohnert Park, California

Join the convening of Tribal leaders, Indigenous culture bearers, and public land management agencies from U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Learn about substantive, long-term co-stewardship agreements Hear from proven communities of practice about co-management models Visit Point Reyes National Seashore, Tolay Lake Regional Park and Bodega Marine Laboratory on the traditional lands of the Coast Miwok

PLA 2024

Hilton San Francisco Union Square 333 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

Plan now to attend PLA 2024! You won't want to miss this opportunity to meet in person with nonprofits, land management agencies, and companies for a week of learning, networking, and engaging on public land issues. Participate in discussions and educational sessions focusing on: Health and Healing on Public Lands Inclusive Story Telling Community-Led Stewardship Adapting

2024 California Bicycle Summit

The biennial California Bicycle Summit is the state’s must-attend bicycle event, and one of the nation’s leading bicycle-related conferences. Join this inspiring gathering of advocates, planners, and more for keynote addresses, plenaries, workshops, and bike rides. Click here for more information and to register.

River Rally 2024

Grand Valley State University 1 Campus Dr, Allendale, MI, United States

River Rally 2024 will take place from May 13-16, 2024, in Grand Rapids, Michigan This will be an exciting year for the network to gather in one of the Midwest’s most beloved cities. The Grand River restoration project will be underway to restore the city’s namesake rapids and revitalize our urban waterfront, and we’ll have