Serving Businesses

2,588 Businesses Served

Climate Planning

Type: Jobs, Money, Energy

Northern Sierra Biomass Initiative

Type: Jobs, Money, Energy

Sierra Nevada Energy Watch

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money, Energy

Sierra Nevada Geotourism

Type: Assets, Money

Sierra Small Business Development Center

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money

Managing Land

Thousands of Acres Managed

Martis Fire Restoration

Type: Jobs, Land, Money

Northern Sierra Partnership

Type: Land, Money

Rivers and Ranches

Type: Land, Money

Highlighting Destinations

Over 2,000 Destinations Highlighted

Northern Sierra Partnership

Type: Land, Money

Sierra Nevada Energy Watch

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money, Energy

Sierra Nevada Geotourism

Type: Assets, Money

Leveraging Money

Over $5.3 Million Dollars Leveraged

Climate Planning

Type: Jobs, Money, Energy

Northern Sierra Biomass Initiative

Type: Jobs, Money, Energy

Northern Sierra Partnership

Type: Land, Money

Rivers and Ranches

Type: Land, Money

Sierra Nevada Energy Watch

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money, Energy

Sierra Nevada Geotourism

Type: Assets, Money

Sierra Small Business Development Center

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money

Saving Energy

2,450 Homes Powered for One Year

Climate Planning

Type: Jobs, Money, Energy

Northern Sierra Biomass Initiative

Type: Jobs, Money, Energy

Sierra Nevada Energy Watch

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money, Energy

Prop 39 Planning and Services

Type: Jobs, Assets, Money, Energy

Sierra Business Council has saved local governments and businesses enough energy to power nearly 2,500 homes for an entire year through our energy projects. These programs benefit regional merchants, government agencies, and the community by decreasing energy costs and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

Tourism Traffic: Can't Live With It, Can't Thrive Without It

If you listen very closely, you can hear it: the collective sigh that passes through the town of Truckee when the tourists hit I-80 and head home at the end of the weekend. Our roads were just inundated, our grocery stores crowded and picked over, our normal small town vibes overrun by the hustle and bustle of city folk.

Monday mornings find local residents basking in our vacationer-free daily routines. Our town itself goes back to normal.

It’s a funny concept in this town, though, “back to normal”.

Jill Sanford, Project Assistant

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