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Collaboration, Connection, and Commitment: Successes from a Case Study in Fuels Reduction


This webinar is an opportunity for participants to increase their understanding of how to plan, fund, and implement fuels reduction programs and projects through a successful case study. We will highlight a partnership between a California Utility and a Federally Recognized Tribe to both increase wildfire resiliency and develop capacity with a focus on Collaboration,

Eyes on the Lake Training – Summer

Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association Pavilion 356 Ala Wai Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, United States

Do you love to kayak, paddleboard, and walk on the shoreline at Lake Tahoe? Then join us for a free Eyes on the Lake training! This training is open to the public, all ages welcome. Learn how to identify Tahoe’s various native and invasive aquatic plants, and how to report observations that allow the League

Mountain Bike Open Preserve Day with Auburn Trails Alliance

Big Hill Preserves Big Hill Preserves, North Auburn, CA, United States

Want a place to mountain bike with your family or friends without the crowds?  How about taking in some pristine oak woodlands?  Or ride past spectacular rock formations, the flowing Raccoon Creek, and stop to take in the panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada foothills and Sacramento Valley! Look no further — come ride with


Tales & Trails

Grass Valley, CA Grass Valley, CA, United States

Join Bear Yuba Land Trust and Nevada County Library for an enchanting adventure at Tails and Trails this summer! Embark on a leisurely stroll through the woods as we bring stories to life amidst nature's embrace. 🗓️ Event Dates: Tuesday, June 26 at 9:30 am - Wildflower Ridge Trail. Please meet on the right side


Guided Wildflower Walk with TINS

Washoe Meadows State Park

Join the Tahoe Area Sierra Club and the Sierra State Parks Foundation to learn more about the wildflowers that we see in the Washoe Meadows State Park on July 18th at 9:00 am. This event is being led by the Tahoe Institute for Natural Sciences. This walk is considered easy with the trails in Washoe

July Nature Hike: Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Sierra Nevada

South Lake Tahoe

Come explore South Lake Tahoe’s variety of edible and medicinal plants with Sierra Nevada Alliance and Gina Woods. Join us for a two-part series of nature walks led by Gina, where participants will learn how to use, identify, and care for the region's native species. In this two-part series, participants will learn about local edible

Sierra Club Placer Group Pizza Palooza

Old Town Pizza 120 Church St, Roseville, United States

Join the Sierra Club Placer Group for an exciting speaker event with free pizza! This month's topic will be "Bringing Salmon Back To Auburn Ravine." Click here for more information about the Sierra Club Placer Group.


American River Conservancy’s Concerts For A Cause

Wakamatsu Farm 941 Cold Springs Rd., Placerville, CA, United States

Join American River Conservancy for live music, beverages, and tasty food featuring Marco's Cafe and Wani's Tacos at historic Wakamatsu Farm in Placerville, CA.  This concert series supports ARC's Resilience Reserve.  Ticket sales and donations help the Conservancy manage, repair, and restore its protected properties, especially after extreme weather events.  Find out more about ARC's Resilience Reserve HERE. Gates opens at 5:30 PM

Together for Tomorrow: Inspiring Environmental Connection in Youth through Outdoor Exploration and Service


Join us for "Together for Tomorrow: Inspiring Environmental Connection in Youth through Outdoor Exploration and Service," a webinar designed to equip volunteer coordinators and nonprofit organizations with the tools to host impactful youth-oriented events on National Public Lands Day. Hosted by the National Environmental Education Foundation, this webinar will feature panelists from the National Park

Headwaters Tour

On average, more than half of California’s developed water supply originates in the Sierra Nevada and the southern spur of the Cascade Range. Our water supply is largely dependent on the health of our Sierra forests, which are suffering from ecosystem degradation, drought, wildfires and widespread tree mortality. Join us as we head into the Sierra to examine water issues

Volunteer Stewardship Day 2 at Conway Ranch

Conway Ranch Conway Ranch Road, CA, United States

Join us for a day of hard work in the Sierra on July 24th from 9am-1pm. We’re gathering a team of hardworking volunteers to help restore native plant habitats and pull mullein weeds on this beautiful property north of Mono Lake in Lee Vining. This property is managed in cooperation with Mono County and ESLT.

California Forest Soils Council Summer Field Tour

NOMA Resort 65501 Mammoth Rd, North Fork, United States

Itinerary: Thursday 7/25/24 evening arrival. Friday 7/26/24 field tour & Friday night BBQ. Saturday CFSC business meeting and optional ½ day morning tour. Registration Fee: REGISTRATION IS HERE. The Registration fee is $100.  It is free for students. Please consider donating to help support a student.  Payment includes camping at NOMA Resort, make your own breakfast (bagels, muffins,