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The Road Ahead: The Legislative Session & Beyond

Virtual

On Wednesday, February 8, at 5:30pm, Nevada Conservation League invites you, along with Nevada's environmental community and legislative leaders, as they discuss the 2023 legislative session and take a look at the road ahead. Thanks to our environmental champions, Nevada has led the country on various environmental issues - from renewable energy to water conservation. We

CAL FIRE’s CalVTPs in the Southern Sierra Foothills

Virtual

Want to learn about how the California Vegetation Treatment Programmatic EIR (CalVTP) can help California increase the pace and scale of vegetation management and fuels treatments? Join this webinar on February 9th from 10:00am – 12:00pm to learn how the CEQA process was utilized for fuels reduction on the Vista Del Rio and planning of

2023 National Water Use Data Virtual Summit

Virtual

The 2023 Water Use Data Virtual Summit will be held on Wednesday, February 15, at 8 am PST. Hosted by ICWP, Western States Water Council, USGS, and the Internet of Water Coalition, this 2.5-hour virtual summit is designed to address important topics to further evaluate your water data interests and needs. The summit is free and open to anyone

Sierra Nevada Alliance 30th Anniversary Virtual Celebration

Virtual

Join us for a memorable virtual celebration of the Sierra Nevada Alliance’s 30th Anniversary. Since 1993, we’ve been working with our Member Groups, conservation partners, and community members in the Sierra and beyond to protect and preserve this treasured region.  Alliance leadership will share achievements throughout our history, current projects and programs, and our vision

Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Hydropower Reform

Virtual

The Institute for Integrative Conservation, in collaboration with the W&M Harrison Ruffin Tyler Department of History and the Hydropower Reform Coalition, presents: Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Hydropower Reform Part of the IIC 2022-23 Conservation Speaker Series: Re-Imagining Protected Area Conservation Conceptions of nature as separate from or in service to humans have influenced the

Southland 30 x 30 Regional Group Budget and Bond Discussion

Virtual

The Southland Regional Group cordially invites you to a special discussion with Senior Policy Consultant Tina Andolina from Senator Ben Allen's Office. The discussion will focus on the state budget and a potential Climate and Natural Resources Bond and how this aligns with 30x30 work and the Senator's role as Chair of the Senate Committee

Fire Friday: Discussion about burning issues

Virtual

Want to learn more about how to increase the use of intentional fire? Join this webinar on Friday, March 24th from 4:00pm - 6:00pm to learn from team members of the California Indian Basketweavers Association (CIBA) and the founders of Torchbearr. Participants will improve their understanding of how to bring more people together to learn how to increase

Environmental review pathways to long-term success: prescribed fires

Virtual

Want to learn more about increasing the pace and scale of prescribed fire? Participants will improve their understanding of how to get prescribed fires accomplished. CAL FIRE Battalion Chief, Marshall Turbeville, will explain how the environmental review process may differ depending on the project. Senior Environmental Scientist with Permit Sonoma, Robert Aguero, will outline a

Climate Video Challenge

Virtual

Millions of people around the world, especially youth, are fighting to prevent and adapt to climate change: pushing to end fossil fuel extraction and use, and for clean energy jobs, conservation of natural habitats, indigenous fire management, resilience hubs, affordable housing, and racial justice, among other solutions. However, we can sometimes feel paralyzed by climate

Webinar: Sub-hallucinogenic Doses of Psychedelics May Offer New Treatments for Depression, Related Disorders

Virtual

David Olson, an assistant professor in the UC Davis departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, is investigating whether sub-hallucinogenic doses of psychedelic compounds like LSD and dimethyltryptamine could lead to new treatments for depression, anxiety and related disorders without the unwanted hallucinogenic effects. Read more here. Registration information coming soon.