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Sierra Nevada Conservancy

The Sierra Nevada Region provides a wealth of important benefits to the people of California including more than 60 percent of the state's developed water supply, habitat for an incredibly diverse range of wildlife, renewable energy generation, and carbon sequestration, just to name a few. In addition, millions of people from California and around the world come to the Sierra to recreate and experience the beauty and grandeur of its iconic landscapes. Unfortunately, these benefits are at risk and action must be taken to protect and enhance them. Follow the links below to learn more.

Governor's Page

Secretary's Page

SNC Board Meeting

The Governing Board met in Mokelumne Hill (Calaveras County) on December 7, 2017. Actions taken at this meeting included the approval of the 2018 Board meeting schedule and the election of a 2018 Board Chair and Vice Chair.

Our 2018 Annual Watershed Improvement Summit is scheduled for March 7, 2018. Detailed summit information and an RSVP link will be posted soon. The next Governing Board meeting is scheduled for March 8, 2017 in Sacramento, CA. For more information on upcoming and past Board meetings please visit our Board meeting page.

Wildfires and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Wildfires in southern California are blanketing the southern part of the state in smoke and bringing more attention to the consequences that large, damaging wildfires have on California’s efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions. This story from the San Francisco Chronicle and this story from CalMatters explain more.

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Did you know that you can sign up to receive email notifications from SNC about several topics? Stay up to date on the latest news by visiting the email notification page. Do you already receive messages from SNC? You can check your existing subscription settings here also.

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