Central Sierra

New Survey Documents State Contracts Freeze Blow to Sierra Green Economy

A recent survey by the Sierra Nevada Alliance confirms that the State's stop work order on bond funded contracts as of December 17, 2008 has

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

Producer's Journal: Thanks to Center for Sierra Nevada Studies

Our project partner, the Center for Sierra Nevada Studies at Sierra College has just posted a press release announcing the conclusion of our project (and

Sierra Storyteller

This blog often reposts items by Tom Knudson from his blog "Sierra Summit," but this is a story about him, written by Dave Bunker of

Lake Tahoe Basin: Forest Service Invites Public to Plan Revision Workshop

The Forest Service invites the public to help plan the future of National Forest System lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin. The agency will host

Local Volunteers Sought to Pitch in at Cosumnes River Preserve

Volunteers at the Bureau of Land Management's Cosumnes River Preserve will plant oak trees, repair and refurbish the preserve's farm center, and perform other general

Harvest Time at Loma Rica Ranch

The end of summer is the most wonderful time at the Loma Rica Ranch Organic Farm. Months of careful tending have culminated in acres of

Tribe accepts deal to buy Clover Valley land for open space, culture center

A Placer County Indian tribe has tentatively sealed a deal to buy 65 acres from the developer of Rocklin's Clover Valley for public open space

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

Producer's Journal: Saving The Sierra Blog on Booktown Radio Show August 4th

Eric Tomb (host of the community radio program Booktown on KVMR-FM) spoke with me about a workshop I'm conducting at the 2008 Sacramento State Summer

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