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Bay to Basin: Coordinating Response to Invasive Plants Across California

21st Annual Cal-IPC Symposium October 11-13, 2012 Wine County Double Tree Rohnert Park, CA The Cal-IPC Symposium brings together natural resource managers, research ecologists and volunteers stewards to discuss the latest information in wildland weed research, control techniques, prioritization, program design, and policy. Join us this year in Sonoma County! 2012SymposiumProgram  Read More


September 25, 2012 PRELIMINARY AGENDA  Read More

Sierra Green Days: Schedule

CAP’s Educational Program: What You Always Wanted to Know About Planning But Were Afraid to Ask – Tom Infusino and a Panel of local community residents. Sierra Green Days See the program and schedule here: The education program is complete! Look for the posters around the area. 16 outstanding explorations on FOOD, ENERGY, WATER, SHELTER, HEALTH and COMMUNITY. Come to the kickoff session at 10:00 on Saturday. a special closing session... Read More

2012 Mokelumne River cleanup

Saturdays, September 15 and October 20 Various sites along the river Mark the dates! Join your friends and neighbors for a true green experience: cleaning the banks of the Mokelumne River, the river itself or its local reservoirs! Part of the fourth annual Great Sierra River Cleanup. What: Two fun days of cleaning the river, its banks and reservoirs. The cleanup benefits wildlife and water quality while keeping the Mokelumne a beautiful place to visit. The... Read More

The Great Sierra River Cleanup

Sierra Foothill Conservancy shared a link.  It’s almost that time of year again: The Great Sierra River Cleanup! SFC, BLM, and the Upper Merced River Watershed Council are hosting a clean-up on the Merced River near Briceberg. Check it out:  Read More

Tom’s 50th Birthday Party – June 30, 2012

Opening Speech                                                                              Read More


One of the active groups within our Agriculture Seed Group is the Permaculture Group that meets regularly in Sonora. Meetings are open to the public, especially this one, featuring… A Closer Look at Compost Tea What is compost tea?  How is it used?  How is it made?  What can it do for your garden or farm?  You’ll be learning a lot more than this when Adina Nance of GroGreen Organics presents on August 17. We will have microscopes... Read More

Speak up for Mokelumne River recreation and protection on Monday and Tuesday

Three different foothill governing bodies will discuss the Mokelumne River at their meetings next week. We hope you can go and speak up for river protection and recreation. Protecting and using the Moke is good for people, fish and wildlife — and for our local economy. And thanks to everyone who came to the BLM hearing on July 31. Monday, August 13, 7 pm The Jackson City Council will consider a letter of support for the BLM’s proposed... Read More

See What CAPs Been Doing

Make sure to check out what CAPs been working on for the last few months by visiting our Accomplishment Page here.  Read More

Speak up for commercial use study on the Mokelumne!

BLM hearing in Jackson on Tuesday, July 31 For years, Mokelumne River advocates have worked to ensure that people of all ages and abilities could visit and use our beautiful Sierra river. We have secured access to the long-closed Middle Bar reach, negotiated a favorable hydro license and secured new recreational facilities. And of course, we recently saved the river from the proposed supersizing of Pardee Reservoir. Now the Bureau of Land Management... Read More

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