7th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City, Jan. 9-11

Make sure you're in Nevada City on January 9-11, 2009 for the 7th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival, the largest festival of its

Clover Valley Updates from Marilyn Jasper, President

Marilyn Jasper of the Clover Valley Foundation sends this update and announcement: Governor’s Award: We are very pleased to announce that our almost decade-long battle to

Sierra Speakers Series on iTunesU

Sierra College has posted podcasts of speakers from the Interdisciplinary 6 course "The Sierra Nevada," which examines the breathtaking mountain range that the famous naturalist

New Report on State of Sierra Frogs and Toads

Six of the native frogs and toads of the Sierra Nevada and California Cascade ranges are experiencing dramatic declines in population. For example, the California

New Resource for the Sierra: Sierra Nevada Yard & Garden

Just released yesterday, the Sierra Nevada Yard and Garden, a homeowners' guide to landscaping in the Sierra Nevada, gives Sierra residents a comprehensive tool for

Critical Habitat Finalized for Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep

Responding to a lawsuit brought by the Center for Biological Diversity, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today finalized critical habitat for the Sierra Nevada

Managing Tahoe Bears

California and Nevada wildlife officials will pool resources to help prevent a repeat of last year's record-breaking season of bear problems in the Tahoe Basin.

Did you ever see a wolverine in the Sierra?

They're back. Or maybe we just noticed that they're still here. SF Chronicle story says "Two more photographs of a wolverine lurking in the Tahoe

Sierra Nevada Conservancy approves $11 in grants

The Sierra Nevada Conservancy Board of Directors authorized grants totaling $11,137,242 for projects throughout the Sierra Nevada. The Board authorized "Competitive Grants" totaling $6,831,922 for

Scientists Believe Photograph Depicts Wolverine in California

ALBANY, Calif. - U.S. Forest Service scientists believe an Oregon State University graduate student working on a cooperative project with the agency's Pacific Southwest Research

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