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, and the usual assortment of influential Sierra leaders and Sierra lovers including legislators, aides and agency officials.

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This year, The Sierra Fund is thrilled to be honoring three elected officials who displayed extraordinary service to the state and especially to the Sierra Nevada:

  • Governor Jerry Brown, for his support for reforming regulations to protect California’s water quality
  • Senator Ben Allen, for his leadership in authoring and leading successful passage of legislation to protect water quality
  • Assemblymember Anthony Rendon for his consistent support for protecting Sierra Nevada natural resources

This reception will be free to the public and will include light refreshments and a short program.  The program begins at 6:00 pm, but be sure to arrive at 5:00 pm for ample opportunity to mingle with The Sierra Fund’s Board, Sierra leaders, and Capitol luminaries.


When:  Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
5:00 – 8:00 pm
Program begins at 6:00 pm

Where: Citizen Hotel Metropolitan Terrace
926 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

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This reception is made possible by the generous support of the following early sponsors including: Sorensen’s Resort, John and Patty Brissenden, Michael and Alicia Funk, Teichert Materials, Nevada Irrigation District and the South Yuba River Citizens League.

For more information about this event, please contact:

Amber Taxiera, The Sierra Fund
T: (530) 265-8454 x 216 / E:

The Sierra Fund was established in 2001 to increase and organize investment in protecting and restoring the natural resources and communities of the Sierra Nevada through advocacy, philanthropy and strategic campaigns.