The next Reclaiming the Sierra conference will be held in Spring 2015.
The conference was originally scheduled for September 2014 but has been rescheduled to allow for selection of a larger venue.
The Sierra Fund’s bi-annual conference, hosted at the heart of the glitter and devastation of what was California’s original Gold Rush, is the state’s primary venue for collaboration and action around addressing the ongoing effects of historic mining.
This outcomes-oriented event draws hundreds of people who are leaders in their field including policymakers, landowning and regulatory agencies, scientific researchers, water quality experts, reclamation firms, mining companies, public health specialists, and environmental advocates.
This year’s conference events will include speakers, tours, films, a poster contest, and much more! Explore the “2014 Conference” tabs to learn more about these exciting activities.
For information on becoming a conference sponsor, please contact Elizabeth “Izzy” Martin.
More details will be published on this page in March.
Conference proceedings and follow up materials from Reclaiming the Sierra 2012: Green $olutions to Abandoned Mines, including PowerPoint presentations, notes, and much more are available on the 2012 Conference Proceedings Page.
Conference proceedings and follow up materials from Reclaiming the Sierra 2010, including PowerPoint presentations, notes, and much more are available here. You may also download the Community Summit program.