Join us as we celebrate the Sierra Nevada Conservancy’s ten-year anniversary, March 4, 2015

Please join The Sierra Fund on Wednesday, March 4, in honoring the Sierra Nevada Conservancy’s 10 years of making a difference in the Sierra!

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For this year’s Annual Winter Reception, The Sierra Fund is celebrating the 10 Year Anniversary of the creation of the Sierra Nevada Conservancy. Over the last decade the Conservancy has invested over $51 million in effective programs aimed at protecting, conserving and restoring the Sierra Nevada Region’s resources.

When: March 4, 2015
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Where: The Elk’s Tower
921 11th Street
Sacramento,CA 95814

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The Sierra Fund was sponsor of the legislation that created the Conservancy in 2004, and now we are hosting this gala event which will feature as speakers California Natural Resources Secretary John Laird, the co-author of that bill, former Resources Secretary Mike Chrisman (founding Chair of the Conservancy) and co-author Senator Tim Leslie. The full Board and staff of the Conservancy, as well as past members of the Board, will also be in attendance.

Over the last ten years the Conservancy has invested over $51 million in cutting edge and effective programs aimed at restoring our state’s headwaters. The Sierra Nevada watershed extends from the Sierra to the Sea, and provides 60% of the developed water for our state. This event gives us an opportunity to quantify and articulate the impact of these investments, while thanking everyone involved in making the Conservancy so successful.

For more information about this event, please contact:
Belinda Gutierrez, Sierra Nevada Conservancy
T: (530) 823-4711 / E:

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No state funds will be used in support of this event.

Sponsors of this event include:  Sorensen’s Resort, Sierra Nevada Alliance, Sierra Business Council, Sierra Watch, South Yuba River Citizens League, Placer Grown, Pacific Forest Trust, Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC), The Nature Conservancy, Mammoth Brewing Company, Madrona Vineyards, and Amador County Vintner’s Association.