Southern 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

Storytelling at River Ridge Ranch

Voices of the Valley storytelling guild holds forth on River Ridge Ranch. Picnic from 6 – 6:30 and then be spellbound from 6:30 – 8:30

Op Ed: State's Water System at Breaking Point

Community Voices from The Bakersfield Californian | Sunday, Jul 13 2008 California and Kern County is a brilliantly designed painting. From the farmlands in the

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

Big Meadows Restoration Project Tour July 5th

The public is invited to tour a successful Big Meadows restoration project in the Sequoia National Forest on July 5th with Forest Service Wildlife Biologist

Thoughts on water conservation from an Amador County blogger & conservationist

Here's what Katherine Evatt wrote recently about water conservation: Thanks to our unusually dry spring, it's a relatively dry year in the Mokelumne River watershed,

Community Organizing in Southern Sierra

Richard Cayia Rowe, Communications Coordinator and Website Administrator for the Kern River Valley Revitalization recently featured our documentary on KRVR's Website and weekly email. Thanks

Kern River Valley Spring Nature Festival April 30 - May 6, 2008

You are invited to the Kern River Valley Spring Nature Festival from April 30 - May 6, 2008, which is held annually at Audubon's Kern

A Remote Sierra Nevada Restroom for the Disabled Brings a Community Together

100 years after the newly founded Rotary Club started its first public service project, a public "comfort station" in downtown Chicago, a remote restroom in

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