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Strategic Assessment of the Sierra Nevada Region

The Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) is conducting a Strategic Assessment of the needs of the Sierra Nevada Region in order to address current critical issues including uncharacteristically large wildfire, tree die-off, and upper watershed degradation. We are working with current and new stakeholders across the state to help us chart a course to improve the ecosystem health and resiliency of the Region, and to understand what actions the SNC can and should take in making this happen.

We are inviting interested parties to participate in one or both of the following upcoming activities:

written ideas

We invite you to give us your thinking in writing. Using a new on-line idea development tool, you can help us generate, compare, and build upon new ideas, seeing patterns and trends, and “thinking outside of the box” in addressing persistent and complex problems. Participation will be anonymous in order to encourage candor and creativity, and won’t take much of your time. This is a fully online, written effort, and will be open to invitees for a few weeks in early November. Volunteers will be able to see and comment on the ideas from other contributors.

subRegional Meetings

If meetings are more your interest, SNC representatives will be conducting them throughout the Region to provide thoughtful discussions with a diverse group of stakeholders. These meetings will include the option to conference call in if you can’t get to the physical locations. Subregional meetings will be conducted in mid-January 2018.

i want to participate

If you are interested in participating in either or both of these activities, please give us your contact information below. You will be notified of the link to tie into the online tool and/or the locations of the Subregional meetings shortly.



You will receive an automated email after submitting your information to the SNC.
To complete the process, please reply to the email as indicated.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the process,
please contact the SNC at (877) 257-1212.