Everyone, rural and urban alike, has a reason to care about conservation of California's Sierra Nevada. This magnificent mountain range offers an experience of nature to over 100 million visitors each year. It's also provides 2/3 of every drop of water used in the state. With the population of the Sierra Nevada estimated to triple by 2040, rural life, working landscapes, and community identities are bound to change. Let's talk about how to conserve the environment, economy and culture of the Sierra. And your place, too, wherever you live.
Truckee Climate Action Network Contact: Beth Ingalls, Director firstname.lastname@example.org 530.386.3128 For immediate release: January 23, 2009 “Truckee’s Guide to a Smaller Footprint” Will Showcase Local
The North Tahoe Truckee Earth Day (TTED) celebration will be held again this year at the Village at Squaw Valley on Saturday, April 26th. TTED drew
With the bountiful snowfalls we are experiencing this winter in Truckee, it's possible to put fears of the devasting impacts of climate change aside, but the Truckee Climate
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Wild & Scenic Film Fest in Nevada City inspires actionFilms and workshops show people taking charge of their lives--and our planet’s future Founded in 2003 by