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Save the Date for a party

Dear Friends, A small group of D2 residents are putting together a party to celebrate our past accomplishments (starting with Steve Wilensky) and welcome Jack Garamendi as our new Supervisor. We intend it to be a fun, upbeat, social event, that will remind us of the work we have done and commit us to a positive future for D2. We will be putting out a more complete announcement as soon as we iron out some of the details, but please mark your calendars... Read More

Community Conversation

The Mountain Ranch Community Club and the Mountain Ranch Youth Alliance/Resource Center invite you to participate in a Community Conversation Monday, February 20, 1 PM to 3 PM Mountain Ranch Town Hall   Transformation has already happened for our extended Mountain Ranch community as a result of the Butte Fire and all the changes we have experienced post-fire.  Questions arise, such as: Now what? ·      Who are we now? ·      What do... Read More

Summit to explore how cattle and wildlife can continue to coexist

Annual California Rangeland Summit will tour land close to our home counties. The 12th annual summit of the California Rangeland Conservation Coalition will take place Jan. 12 and 13 in Stockton and on some of the grazing land in the region. Read more here: Modesto Bee, December 30  Read More

Calaveras Planning Coalition Meetings

Next CPC meeting-January 7, 2017, 1:30 p.m., Main Library, San Andreas  Read More

Sierra Film Festival- Final event at Columbia College tomorrow night!

COLUMBIA COLLEGE | COLUMBIA | December 10, 2016 DOORS OPEN 5:00 PM   5:15 Welcome and Introduction   5:27 Inhabit   7:00 Intermission   7:21 A Quest for Meaning   8:50 Intermission   9:06 Nature Rx   9:08 Singletrack High   10:17 Raffle and Closing Tickets available at  A Quest for Meaning | Columbia College | December 10, 2016 Two childhood friends travel the world... Read More

CSERC tree planting project outside of Groveland on Nov. 18th

Tree planting project – Friday, November 18th We started our volunteer year out with tree planting, and that is how we will end it! Can you come out to help for one more day of stewardship? Why tree planting?:  It is important to plant new conifer seedlings in a recently burned area where the hot wildfire roasted nearly all of the conifers.  More conifers within the fire boundary died from bark beetles, so there are now many major open areas... Read More

Mark your calendars for Foothill Conservancy Film Screening of “DamNation”

“DamNation” film screening in Sutter Creek Friday, December 2, 2016 at 7:30 pm Sutter Creek Theater, 44 Main St, Sutter Creek, CA 95685 Removing obsolete, local and not-so-local dams and restoring streams will be the topic of a Friday, December 2 film screening hosted by the Foothill Conservancy. The featured film, DamNation, starts at 7:30 pm at the Sutter Creek Theatre on Main Street, Sutter Creek. DamNation chronicles how removing... Read More

Foothill Conservancy Fall Harvest Celebration

Enjoy wood-fired pizza and fine Feist wines with Foothill Conservancy friends and supporters at our Fall Harvest Celebration, Sunday October 23, 4:00-7:00 pm. We’ll be celebrating in Feist Wines new tasting room, 15 Eureka Street, Sutter Creek. Super raffle prizes including a weekend EZ Tow rental, delicious local wines and other treats. Tickets are $35 and are available online or at the Conservancy office. For more information, contact... Read More

Celebration of Life for Michael Kriletich

Sep 14, 2016 by Moke Hill Admin   The Celebration of Life for Michael Kriletich will be held September 24th at 4:30 in the Mokelumne Hill Town Hall. Posted by on 09/12/16:  Michael Kriletich was born in San  Leandro, CA on February 10, 1953.  He attended the seminary on Mt. Diablo from age 14 to 18.  At age 19 he met Diane Jenkins and two years later they were married.  Together they formed a loving couple and tight team... Read More

Important Meeting Notice

Important Meeting Notice! September 19, 2016 – 6:00 pm  – LAFCO – Board Chambers, San Andreas Workshop regarding the Draft Community Planning and Safety Elements to the Calaveras County General Plan. Review & Discuss the Draft Community Planning and Safety Elements and authorize the Chair to compose a comment letter to be reviewed at the next available LAFCO meeting.  Read More

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