Post It Day

Fact sheet on the Sierra Fund’s annual volunteer event to post fish consumption advisories, issued by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), at regional water bodies. Read the fact sheet

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Long-term hydraulic mining sediment budgets: Connectivity as a management tool

The Sierra Fund’s (TSF) Science Director Dr. Carrie Monohan co-author a peer-reviewed article accepted for publication in the journal Science of the Total Environment titled “Long-term hydraulic mining sediment budgets: Connectivity as a management tool.” Lead author Dr. Allan James is a professor at the University of South Carolina and has partnered with TSF on our work to […]

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TSF’s 2018 Accomplishments

The Sierra Fund (TSF) made a huge impact in 2018. We worked diligently to restore ecosystem resiliency to Sierra forests, rivers, fish and meadows, including installing 4 beaver dam analogues and planting 7,000 willow at Clover Valley Ranch. We improved community resiliency by hiring a bilingual organizer who can reach our Spanish-speaking community members, and […]

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The Sierra Fund Form 990 (2017)

Click here to view The Sierra Fund’s 2017 IRS Form 990.

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Las Minas Abandonadas, el Polvo y Tú (Panfleto)

Este panfleto cubre las medidas de precaución que se deben tomar cuando uno se recrea alrededor de sitios mineros heredados, donde hay metales pesados potenciales en el polvo. Haga clic aquí para descargar el panfleto. El panfleto fue creado como un seguimiento de dos estudios hecho por The Sierra Fund sobre la exposición humana a […]

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Pescado, el Mercurio y Tú (Panfleto)

Este panfleto cubre las medidas de precaución se deben tomar cuando elige comer los pescados que se capturan en rios, lagos y embalses locales. Haga clic aquí para descargar el panfleto. El panfleto fue creado como un seguimiento de dos estudios hecho por The Sierra Fund sobre la exposición humana a los tóxicos heredados de […]

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The Sierra Fund Brochure

The Sierra Fund just released our new organizational brochure describing our mission, strategy and programs and featuring quotes from local and statewide leaders. Click here to view or download our brochure. The Sierra Fund’s mission is to restore ecosystem and community resiliency in the Sierra Nevada region. Increasing investment in the Sierra Nevada improves headwater […]

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10 Years for the Sierra

The Sierra Fund has been working for more than a decade to restore ecosystem and community resiliency in the Sierra Nevada. This timeline showcases major milestones since the release of our first report, Mining’s Toxic Legacy, in 2008. Since 2008, We have: Released six major reports Held four Reclaiming the Sierra conferences Spearheaded the installation […]

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2017 Annual Report

2017 was a banner year for our efforts to increase the visibility of the Sierra Nevada and secure significant intellectual and financial resources to protect and restore headwater resiliency. Click here to read our 2017 Annual Report We created and released our new Strategic Plan, held our fourth major conference, launched three new scientific projects, […]

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TSF’s 2017 Accomplishments

The Sierra Fund released a five-year strategic plan, A Platform for Action, at our Annual Winter Legislative Reception in February, and we’ve been working diligently to implement it’s framework and further our mission to restore ecosystem and community resiliency in the Sierra Nevada. TSF launched three research projects in 2017 to increase our understanding of […]

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Fish Consumption Advisory Posting Protocol: October 2017 Update

The Sierra Fund is pleased to share this model protocol, outlining the steps and best-practices to plan and execute a volunteer event to post state-issued fish consumption advisories. We hope the Protocol will encourage agencies and organizations statewide to launch fish advisory posting efforts in their region in order to reduce human exposure to mercury. […]

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2012-2016 Organizational Report (2017)

The last five years have seen an explosion in the impact of The Sierra Fund. By any measure, our programs have grown into making a significant and visible contribution to protecting and restoring the natural resources and communities of the Sierra Nevada. This report, “Five Years for the Sierra,” outlines the key achievements during our […]

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