This year’s Rangeland Summit will be Friday, February 23, in Stockton, California. The summit program is being developed. Registration will open in January. Information is available for those interested in setting up a booth or presenting posters during the summit. Click here for more information and to register.
This interactive symposium is designed for audience engagement, with adequate time for questions and answers during sessions and panel discussions. Attendees will leave feeling inspired and well-informed. You will learn from several leading practitioners in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Sustainable Remediation and Climate Change. Two panels will provide opportunities to discuss Tribal Ecological Knowledge
Many issues, including fire, pesticides and development are impacting how wildlife live, feed, and reproduce across the board resulting in unprecedented population declines. Gardeners can make a difference! Our gardens can be dedicated to the rewarding and vital endeavor of supporting birds, beneficial insects, and other wild creatures whose natural habitats are threatened by habitat
Are You Ready to Find Yourself in Winter? $75- TRTA Members, $100- TRTA Non-Members Course Description: Join the Tahoe Rim Trail Association for a day in the classroom and field to learn basic map and compass skills in the winter. This course will teach you one of the most basic and essential outdoor skills- navigation
This year’s theme is, "Fluid Future: Adapting to Extremes." The first day will feature separate sessions on agricultural and urban issues. The second day will cover effects on soils from climate extremes and leveraging artificial intelligence to maximize water use. Early registration rates are available through Friday, February 9. Click here for more information and
Learn how to begin or continue your fire adaptation journey in Nevada. Collaborate with other Fire Adapted Nevada (FAN) communities, meet local state and federal firefighting agencies, and learn about grant opportunities to help your community. Registration: Thanks to contributions from FAN partners, registration is FREE and includes materials and meals! Registration closes on February 16.
Previously known as the Calforests Annual Conference, FSI brings together the state's forestry sector and key partners in an effort to engage in critical policy level conversations, to evaluate and improve best practices, to share important knowledge and innovations, and to invite key stakeholders to further the work of forest management and wildfire protection. Click here for more information
A national climate change education survey, conducted by Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) involving over 4,000 Canadians, found an overwhelming consensus that schools have an important role to play in educating our youth about climate change. Yet educators shared concerns about a lack of resources and professional learning opportunities. Studies in the U.S. show
This 40 minute presentation done by David C. Antonucci will be held at the South Lake Tahoe Library starting at 5:30 pm. This event is hosted by the Friends of the Library and the Tahoe Area Sierra Club. After the presentation, Antonucci will be selling and signing his book, The Environmental History of Lake Tahoe, with
Each January, 9th grade students at Sierra Academy of Expeditionary Learning (SAEL) participate in the regional Caring for Our Watersheds competition. Students learn about their place in -- and research issues affecting -- their local watershed. In their proposals, students explain one realistic action that they can take to positively impact the health of their
Abstract: Saba will be talking about the two manuscripts from her Master’s work, which focuses on updating and calibrating measurements between CBI, RdNBR, and individual field-based severity metrics throughout the Interior Pacific Northwest. The first key finding is that CBI does not always capture extreme measures of fire severity and that some aggregate measures vary based
On March 1st, join American River Conservancy and guests for the grand opening celebration of the new outdoor Education Center at landmark Wakamatsu Farm. Enjoy words of gratitude, music, poetry readings, light refreshments, and more. See the new pavilion-style structure, including the Donor Tree installation recognizing large donors for phase 1 completion of the building. During this event,