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MAP’s 7th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Truckee Community Arts Center 10046 Church St, Truckee

Join Mountain Area Preservation for the 7th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival hosted in Historic Downtown Truckee on Friday, November 18th, from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at the Community Arts Center. This year’s festival theme is Currents of Hope, featuring awe-inspiring, award-winning films about our unique natural world, the need for activism, and outdoor


Stewardship Day at Kaweah Oaks Preserve

Kaweah Oaks Preserve 29979 Rd 182, Exeter

Join us at SRT's flagship nature preserve - the Kaweah Oaks Preserve - for a fun day of giving back to your local environment and community! This day is Make a Difference Day, which is a national effort to get people outdoors and giving back to their communities! This preserve is open every day from

Bear Yuba Land Trust’s Conservation Awards & Gratitude Breakfast

gold miners inn 121 Bank Street, Grass Valley, CA

It is time to celebrate and acknowledge the outstanding work of our extended Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) community.  Since 1990, BYLT has been a conservation leader in the Sierra Nevada region, preserving and restoring more than 19,000 acres of foothill forests, oak woodlands, agricultural lands, meadows, riparian habitat and headwaters. We are who we


Fall Bird Walk at Knickerbocker Creek


Tim and Angela Jackson will lead this fall walk to see what songbirds, raptors, and water birds can be found. Tim maintains a website ( on birdwatching in El Dorado County.  Angela is a local writer and photographer. This is a slow-paced, easy-moderate hike of 3-4 miles. Quiet, mature children 8+ welcome. Meeting location in


Sogetsu Ikebana Principles

Placerville Placerville, CA

These three workshops can be taken together or separately. Instructor Yasmin Spiegel is a “Sensei“ (teacher) in the Sogetsu School of Japanese flower arranging, called “Ikebana”. Ikebana (the art of Japanese flower arranging) is a training in developing your awareness of the beauty of our natural world. Meeting location Placerville/Gold Hill area. Cost: 3-part-class: $95/members, $115/non-members.

$35 – $115

Member Education Sessions: Moving Philanthropy Beyond Land Acknowledgements


On November 22, at 10:00 am (PT) / 11:00 am (MT) / 1:00 pm (ET), join our CEO Erik Stegman (Carry the Kettle First Nations – Nakoda) and VP of Tribal Nations Engagement & Special Projects, Greg Masten (Yurok), for an opening discussion about the importance of land acknowledgments. Followed by our moderator, Joel Moffett

CARCD 77th Annual Conference

Lake Natoma Inn 702 Gold Lake Drive, Folsom, CA

Please join CARCD November 30th through December 2nd for their in-person event at the Lake Natoma Inn in Folsom along with an additional virtual event in Spring 2023. More information and details to come soon! California Association of Resource Conservation Districts (CARCD) continues the tradition of bringing together representatives from federal and state agencies, non-profits, private


Measuring What Matters: One Day Summit


Measuring What Matters: Towards a More Comprehensive and Equitable Evaluation of Benefits The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, in collaboration with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Engineering With Nature® Program and The Water Institute of the Gulf, will hold a one-day summit to discuss the comprehensive and equitable evaluation of benefits of nature-based solutions (NBS). Currently,


Dry Creek Nursery Volunteer Day

Dry Creek Nursery 35220 Dry Creek Dr, Woodlake, CA

Join us for a volunteer day at SRT's Dry Creek Nursery, where we grow California native and drought-tolerant plants for landscaping and restoration purposes! Volunteer activities are tailored to allow people of all ages and abilities to participate. Tasks include a range of activities from horticultural (planting, transplanting, weeding, etc.) to nursery maintenance (raking/sweeping, organizing

Prescribed Burn Workshop 101: Applegate

Applegate, CA Applegate, CA

Placer PBA is dedicated to equipping landowners with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to implement low-complexity prescribed burns without agency supervision. This workshop will cover topics including permitting, liability, fire effects on native plants, heat management, landowner resources, and others. A panel of experienced instructors are helping to teach the course. Registration link will become

Day Hike – Nimbus Fish Hatchery to Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park

Nimbus Fish Hatchery 2001 Nimbus Rd, GoldRiver, CA

An easy morning hike with points of interest at both ends and peaceful lake views in-between. From the Hatchery, we’ll follow the trail along the shadier south shore of Lake Natoma to the historic district of Folsom, where we’ll have lunch at the picnic tables at the old Powerhouse. ~7 miles, flat, with a Light

Truckee Home Access Program (THAP) Workshop


The Town of Truckee has an upcoming information workshop for their new Truckee Home Access Program (THAP). In alignment with the Town Council’s priority to address the need for workforce housing, THAP was created to address the affordable housing issues faced by the local workforce. It is a challenge for local buyers to find and finance a home for