Sierra Forests

Progress on California’s 30×30 work
Progress on California’s 30×30 work 1024 768 California Wilderness Coalition

Since the time of California Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-82-20 in October of 2020, quite a bit has happened with the “30 by 30” (30×30) conservation movement in California. For…

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Caples Creek’s remarkable resilience in the Caldor Fire
Caples Creek’s remarkable resilience in the Caldor Fire 1024 780 California Wilderness Coalition

At the beginning of the month, the Caldor Fire was all over the news, burning Grizzly Flats and threatening the communities in and around South Lake Tahoe. It became a…

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ACTION ALERT: Protect Conglomerate Mesa!
ACTION ALERT: Protect Conglomerate Mesa! 1024 768 California Wilderness Coalition

At the doorstep of Death Valley National Park lies Conglomerate Mesa: 22,500 acres of public lands that are the ancestral homelands of the Timbisha Shoshone and Paiute-Shoshone Tribes. Conglomerate Mesa…

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CalWild co-hosts camping trip for Latino Conservation Week
CalWild co-hosts camping trip for Latino Conservation Week 1024 576 California Wilderness Coalition

As part of the kickoff and celebration to the 8th annual Latino Conservation Week (LCW), CalWild, along with several partners including Latino Outdoors- Fresno chapter, Alianza Ecologista, Audubon California and…

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ACTION ALERT: Advocate for more funding for Forest Service and BLM
ACTION ALERT: Advocate for more funding for Forest Service and BLM 1024 768 California Wilderness Coalition
Whitebark Pine Being Considered for Threatened Status
Whitebark Pine Being Considered for Threatened Status 900 675 California Wilderness Coalition

Potential Endangered Species listing of an important American West tree species By André Sanchez Often considered the pine species that marks the tree line of mountains in the Western United…

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Spotted owls won’t get needed protection
Spotted owls won’t get needed protection 593 553 California Wilderness Coalition

An uncertain future for a creature of the night by André Sanchez A long-standing symbol for conservation, the northern spotted owl’s (NSO) future is more uncertain than ever before. The…

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Sorting out the 2020 wildfires and their effect on wild places
Sorting out the 2020 wildfires and their effect on wild places 820 845 California Wilderness Coalition

by Steve Evans People throughout California are breathing a sigh of relief with the first major storm of the 2020-21 season producing rain and snow to quench the many wildfires…

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Wild Cattle Mountain and Mill Creek. Photo: Steve Evans.
Time to increase spending on forest management
Time to increase spending on forest management 1024 682 California Wilderness Coalition

by Chris Morrill This year’s record breaking wildfire season in California – burning more than 4 million acres, destroying 9,200 structures and killing 31 people – clearly demonstrates that more…

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Watch our HD fly-overs on Mono Creek and Dinkey Creek!
Watch our HD fly-overs on Mono Creek and Dinkey Creek! 1024 640 California Wilderness Coalition

We’re always looking for new ways to share the amazing experience of wild places with our supporters – especially in the era of limited public gatherings. CalWild deals in large…

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