|What's left of a home that burned during the Round Fire in early February at an elevation of about 6,000 feet during one of the Sierra's deepest droughts on record. Photo by Wendilyn Grasseschi|
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Collaboration in the Sierra Nevada
Climate change, extreme wildfire and drought have brought stakeholders together to launch the Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program. Stakeholders and partners from multiple agencies including the US Forest Service and the Sierra Nevada Conservancy will work together to craft solutions that will restore forests and watersheds of the Sierra Nevada and make them more resilient to changing climate stressors. See article here.