• Thank you Volunteers! -   All of us at The Center for Sierra Nevada Conservation had a great time at our volunteer appreciation dinner at Round Table Pizza on Thursday night! Our volunteers play a very important part in our restoration efforts, and we wanted to show them how thankful we are. Our top volunteers this year were Jane […]
  • Another great day in the forest! - We had an excellent volunteer restoration day last Wednesday – the last one with Jessy and Caleb as our AmeriCorps members! Our new members will start November 1st! We worked on a site that would have taken the restoration team alone several days to complete, but with the help of our awesome volunteers we got […]
  • One day, two sites! - The CSNC crew and volunteers headed out to Omo Ranch today to shut down and restore two unauthorized OHV trails in the Eldorado National Forest. Despite the heat, everyone really worked hard to get these sites done! In addition to the main large woody debris exclusions at the entrances to both sites, our volunteers helped […]
  • Free Pizza! - The Center for Sierra Nevada Conservation will be hosting a PIZZA PARTY for our volunteers on Thursday, September 14th! If you’ve volunteered with us this year, join us for free pizza and fun! If you haven’t had a chance to make it our for one of our volunteer days, it’s not too late! Join us […]
  • Our work at Sopiago continues! - The CSNC crew and volunteers continued restoration work at Sopiago Creek today, shutting down an illegal hill climb route. Along with previously placed exclusions and waterbars, we filled the rills and duffed and disguised the route.  Our volunteers always exceed our expectations, but today they really dominated the duffing! We got our site done more […]
  • Organizing to Protect our Public Lands -   ORGANIZING TO PROTECT OUR PUBLIC LANDS   A workshop w/ the Center for Biological Diversity Thursday, July 20th – 7pm to 9pm Cameron Park Community Center (Social Room) 2502 Country Club Drive, Cameron Park Organizing to Protect Our Public Lands A workshop w/ the Center for Biological Diversity “It is an American right to […]
  • Beautiful flowers, hard work, and a great restoration day! - We had a small but strong volunteer crew come out for our restoration day at Sopiago last Thursday. We installed water bars, filled rills, and disguised an unauthorized route that was delivering sediment into Sopiago Creek. There was some lovely vegetation along the trail that will hopefully grow in over the trail, helping to decompact the […]
  • An Excellent Day of Restoration Near Sopiago Creek! - The CSNC restoration team and eight volunteers, ranging in age from 12 to mid-70s, headed out to Amador Ranger District on Saturday to restore an illegal hill climb route near Sopiago Creek. As part of a large local network of non-system trails, the track was contributing a significant amount of sediment to Sopiago Creek. With the […]
  • CSNC’s New Resource Damage Reporting Form - As spring turns into summer, forest roads are re-opened. Add a new dimension to your explorations and participate in the improvement of watershed health by reporting damage from vehicles off designated routes. Using CSNC’s reporting portal, you can tell us a little about it, attach some photos of the damage, and plot it on our map. […]
  • Interior Department Releases List of Monuments Under Review, Announces First-Ever Formal Public Comment Period for Antiquities Act Monuments - Date: May 5, 2017 Contacts: Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov Interior Department Releases List of Monuments Under Review, Announces First-Ever Formal Public Comment Period for Antiquities Act Monuments WASHINGTON – The Department of the Interior today announced the first ever formal public comment period for members of the public to officially weigh in on monument designations under the Antiquities […]