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CalBike Webinar: Complete Streets on Caltrans Corridors

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Please join us to learn more about our statewide campaign for Complete Streets and Complete Corridors on Caltrans' State Highway System. Our joint campaign is bolstered by SB 960, authored by Senator Scott Wiener, which will require Caltrans to implement safe streets for people biking, walking, and using transit. Along with the senator joining us,

Sierra Nevada Alliance Speaker Series: Jessica Jane Robinson

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Our first virtual speaker series event of 2024 debuts with an amazing opportunity to hear how you can turn your passion into activism. Jessica Jane Robinson will join us to speak on her life's work educating youth through conservation curriculum, fighting for our Earth, what life is like as a superhero character, and more! Also check out

March Naturehood Webinar: Surviving Storms: Tips for Native Trees

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Now that we've gotten past most of our winter storms, now is a good time to focus on tree care throughout year. Join us in March with Joshua Gevertz, the Arboretum Director at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Arboretum and Botanical Garden, as we discuss all things arbor care. Click here for more information and to register.

Predicting and Mapping the effects of the Sackett Decision

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PRESENTERS Joe Shapiro, University of California, Berkeley Andy Robertson, GeoSpatial Services at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Tom Bernthal More information coming soon. Click here for more information and to register.

CalVTP in Practice: Navigating the CalVTP Consultation Process with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife

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Participants will increase their knowledge of how California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) engages with CalVTP PEIR/PSA projects. CDFW will begin with an overview of their role with respect to environmental protection, CEQA, and the CalVTP. CDFW will focus on their process for CalVTP project consultation, including the “who”, “what”, “when”, “how”, and “why”

Masterclass: Going Beyond Land Acknowledgements

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What this is: An interactive 2.5 hour workshop for individuals seeking to grow their allyship with Native peoples. Participants learn about the strengths and limitations of land acknowledgments and explore concrete, action-oriented strategies for building connections with Native communities and organizations. How you will grow: Gain skills and strategies to successfully address inequities and disparities

MAWWG-NEBAWWG Webinar Series: Wetland Classifications

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PRESENTERS Mary Ann Furedi, Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program Bill Nichols, New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau More information coming soon. Click here for more information and to register.