CABY IRWM interactive map now online!

We’re excited to announce that a new interactive watershed map is live for the Cosumnes, American, Bear, Yuba (CABY) region. Click on the link to view the Watershed Data Management Application (DMS), created as an information clearinghouse to support CABY stakeholders in integrating regional water projects. The Sierra Fund (TSF) coordinated the development of this […]

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The Sierra Fund Form 990 (2016)

Click here to view The Sierra Fund’s 2016 IRS Form 990.

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The Sierra Fund Form 990 (2015)

Click here to view The Sierra Fund’s 2015 IRS Form 990.

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The Sierra Fund Form 990 (2014)

Click here to view The Sierra Fund’s 2014 IRS Form 990.

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9th Annual Winter Legislative Reception is Tonight

Please join the board of The Sierra Fund along with leaders from the Sierra Nevada and other conservationists for our 9th Annual Winter Legislative Reception this evening, February 28th at the Citizen Hotel 7th Floor Metropolitan Terrace, 926 J Street, in downtown Sacramento. This year The Sierra Fund will honor the following visionary leaders for […]

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Development Assistant Position Open

Update: Applications for this position are no longer being accepted. Future employment opportunities will be posted here as they become available. The Sierra Fund is currently seeking a half time Development Assistant to join our team of passionate and dedicated staff in our Nevada City office. The Sierra Fund has seen impressive growth of our […]

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Welcome new staff: Beth Bordner

The Sierra Fund is pleased to welcome our newest staff member, Beth Bordner. Beth is joining our team as the Operations Manager and comes to us with a substantial background in nonprofit administration and finance. Beth moved to the Sierra foothills from out-of-state two years ago and has a long time passion for land and […]

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TSF to convene a session at AGU

Please join us at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting, December 12-16 in San Francisco. This year The Sierra Fund will convene a poster and an oral session to explore comprehensive assessment strategies for mining-impacted landscapes and the ways that these strategies can inform land and water management decisions. We look forward to addressing […]

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Staff Transitions at The Sierra Fund

After nine years of hard work to help restore resiliency to the Sierra Nevada headwaters region on behalf of The Sierra Fund, long-time staff member Kerry Morse has announced that she is ready to return to her home state of Montana. Kerry began her service at The Sierra Fund (TSF) in 2007 shortly after graduating […]

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We’ve Moved – Come celebrate at the Open House, June 28th!

The Sierra Fund has moved to a new office! Be sure to note our new address: 103 Providence Mine Road, Suite 101 Nevada City, CA 95959 Come tour The Sierra Fund’s beautiful new space at the Open House on Tuesday, June 28th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.  The new office, located at 103 Providence Mine Road, […]

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RSVP for TSF’s Annual Winter Legislative Reception – February 17th

Please join the board of The Sierra Fund along with leaders from the Sierra Nevada and other conservationists for our Annual Winter Legislative Reception on Wednesday evening, February 17th at the Citizen Hotel 7th Floor Metropolitan Terrace, 926 J Street, in down town Sacramento. This year’s event is shaping up with great food, special honorees, […]

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Sierra Fish Consumption Advisory (Poster)

This fish consumption advisory information applies to all lakes and reservoirs in California without site-specific advice, which is the vast majority of lakes in the Sierra.

The Sierra Fund worked with agency staff at the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment and Department of Public Health to develop this advisory poster for Sierra anglers, which consists of the state-issued fish consumption advisory for these lakes and reservoirs.

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