Reclaiming the Sierra 2017: Headwater Resiliency
May 8-9, 2017
California State University, Sacramento
Early bird registration is now open for The Sierra Fund’s fourth biennial conference, Reclaiming the Sierra 2017: Headwater Resiliency, May 8 & 9, 2017 at California State University, Sacramento. For more information and to register, click here.
In addition to traditional conference fare, The Sierra Fund is offering a tour up the Sacramento River by charter boat on Wednesday, May 10, leaving from Old Town Sacramento. The tour, Sierra to Sea: A Watershed-Wide Legacy of Mercury Contamination, is limited to 50 participants, so claim your spot soon!
To find out more about what is happening each day of the conference view the preliminary program, available here, or click the following links to view the program by day:
- Day 1: Monday, May 8 at CSU Sacramento
- Day 2: Tuesday, May 9 at CSU Sacramento
- Tour: Wednesday, May 10 up the Sacramento River (from Old Town)
Early bird prices end April 10! To view conference rates and to register, click here.
Reclaiming the Sierra 2017: Headwater Resiliency will provide a forum for leaders in science and policy to collaborate on a vision of headwater management to promote the resiliency of natural and human resources in California’s altered landscapes and beyond.
Since 2006, nonprofit organization The Sierra Fund has worked to address the ongoing environmental, cultural and human health impacts of historic mining in the Sierra Nevada. We support organizations and communities by increasing public and private funding, advocating for policy changes and bringing intellectual resources that build capacity to restore and protect the resiliency of California’s headwaters. To learn more about The Sierra Fund, visit our website www.sierrafund.org.