Dave the Forester's Tips on Fire Safe Sierra Homes

Hello Sierra homeowners. During each season, I will be writing an article coinciding with the release of our newsletter highlighting what you can do to

Producer's Journal: Telling the New Sierra Story by Catherine Stifter

Like many stories about the Sierra, this one started with a river. Actually, it started waist deep in one of my favorite rivers. On a

Extra Credit

My good pal David Manahan taught Environmental Studies courses at Sacramento State over the past few years.  As a big supporter of this project, he

Water words that work

I just came back from River Network's national conference, River Rally. A truly reinvigorating experience. And one thing that has really stuck in my mind

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

Producer's Journal: When the documentary is done, the conversation has just begun

Saving The Sierra: Grassroots Solutions for Sustaining Rural Communities is a 54-minute radio documentary that took more than 2 years to create. And yet, on

Giant Steps Towards Smaller Footprints

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

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

State of Sierra Forest Conferences

At the Sierra Nevada Alliance Annual Conference last weekend, I learned about an amazing new initiative that the Sierra Business Council has launched: ThrivingForests .

LA Youth in the Wilderness

Twenty-five L.A. youth from Walt Whitman Continuation High School will participate in a three-day outdoor experiential program in the Giant Sequoia Groves in the southern

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