Reclaiming the Sierra

Last chance for 20% discount: Reclaiming the Sierra 2015

January 21, 2015

Early bird discount ends tomorrow!

Register now for the 20% early bird discount ending tomorrowJanuary 22 at midnight. 

Reclaiming the Sierra 2015 is designed around evaluating and prioritizing action on cleanup and response to California’s abandoned mine lands. Hundreds of people who are leaders in their field will come together this April to discuss prioritization of cleanup sites, evaluate cleanup technologies, identify market opportunities for ethically produced gold and consider opportunities for collaboration of state and federal agencies on the issue.

To be a part of this powerful ongoing effort, register now for Reclaiming the Sierra 2015: The New Gold Rush on the conference website:

Also featured on the conference website is an outline of the conference program at a glace; descriptions of the four conference tracks; descriptions of the two conference tours to be held on Monday, April 20; confirmed speakers and sponsors; and committee members of the four conference committees who will receive the product of the conference.


The Sierra Fund is a nonprofit community foundation dedicated to increasing investment in the natural resources and communities of the Sierra Nevada. In 2006 we launched our “Reclaiming the Sierra” Initiative to address the long term human health, environmental and cultural impacts of legacy mining in California. To learn more about The Sierra Fund,  visit our website