The Forest Service is hosting an in-person event to hire 400 wildland firefighters in California. Come meet regional fire and human resources staff, ask questions, learn about the fire crews and their duties, and tentative job offers may be extended to qualifying candidates. Our goal is to match local candidates with local positions in California.
With more than 30 new state legislators taking office in Sacramento, a $25 billion budget shortfall projected by the Governor, and the looming threat of recession, 2023 presents significant changes and challenges for those of us in the charitable sector working to support vulnerable Californians throughout the state. Get your bearings for the year to
Come uncover the truth behind Lake Tahoe's popular myths and legends! This free event features guest speaker: Sarah Hockensmith (Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS)), who explores the unique history, geology, flora, and fauna of Tahoe's Sierra Nevada and Carson Range, and is proudly sponsored by the Sierra Club over Zoom on January 24th at
The 2023 Mid Pacific Water Users Conference will be held January 25-27, 2023 at the Silver Legacy Resort in Reno, NV. The Mid-Pacific Water Users’ Conference is an annual conference attended by Managers, Directors, O&M Personnel, Consultants, and Government Agency Representatives from districts served by the United States Bureau of Reclamation facilities in California, Nevada,
Celebrate American Rivers' 50th anniversary! Thousands of river miles protected. Millions of people with cleaner water. Fish, birds, and wildlife with healthier habitat worldwide. Join American Rivers to celebrate their biggest wins since their founding in 1973, and learn about their bold vision for the next 50 years. You are invited to be a part
Tahoe Inc.'s Roundtable series has begun! Each month, Tahoe's entrepreneurs, small businesses, and non-profits will have the opportunity to gather and connect in a peer-to-peer mentoring series held in partnership with local coworking spaces and businesses. Attendees will be organized into tables/groups of 4-5 to have a turn to discuss their most pressing or top-of-mind
Come learn about the secret season in Yosemite Valley. Depending on snow conditions, you’ll either hike or snowshoe along the Valley Loop Trail at a relaxed pace, observing how the cold has transformed your favorite granite features. You’ll learn about the diverse animals who reside in the Valley year-round and how they survive the harsh
The Sugar Pine Foundation (SPF) and the Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA) have teamed up for an afternoon snowshoe trek to Echo Lake. This trek will be a leisurely snowshoe from the Echo Lake Sno-Park (Johnson Pass Rd) to Lower Echo Lake (however, it could be more challenging if snow levels are deep). Along the way, our
Join Tuolumne River Trust for a volunteer event: We will be hiking down Indian Creek Trail and removing invasive Himalayan blackberries along the Hamby Trail. This will be a five-mile round trip hike on a fairly overgrown trail, so get ready for an adventurous 8-hour work day! Click here to register.
This contest is open to California residents in grades K-12. (Immediate family members of Coastal Commission staff are not eligible.) There are five grade categories for awards in both art and poetry: K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. Entries must have a California coastal or ocean theme (for example, no tropical or arctic settings or species). Art
California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) is excited to kick off a productive and successful new year of conservation and partnership. Please join them for a webinar to reflect on the shared progress in 2022 and hear about plans for 30x30 in 2023. CNRA looks forward to seeing you there! Click here to register.
Join UCCE to learn about the fundamentals of hand pile burning! This two-part class will cover topics including safety and liability considerations, weather conditions and interpretation, and permitting. There will be in-person, local field trips for gaining hands-on skills. Part One: Hand Pile Burning Fundamentals Webinar This is a free, Zoom-based webinar. Register Here. Part Two: