2016
Diana Madson
Diana Madson
Program Director
August 18, 2016

Policy Recommendations to Benefit the Sierra Part Four: Preparedness and Public Health

This post is Part Four of a five part series detailing the content of Sierra CAMP’s newly released Sierra CAMP’s Policy Recommendations for the 2017 Update of Safeguarding California: Reducing Climate Risk, ("Safeguarding California" is the state’s climate adaptation plan).

We have broken the report into five sections, each of which will have its own blog post describing the topic area’s current policy landscape followed by our recommendations. The five topic areas include: Integrated Watershed ManagementForest RestorationRegional Economic Development, Preparedness and Public Health, and Structural Recommendations.

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Diana Madson
Diana Madson
Program Director
August 11, 2016

Policy Recommendations to Benefit the Sierra Part Three: Regional Economic Development

This post is Part Three of a five part series detailing the content of Sierra CAMP’s newly released “Sierra CAMP’s Policy Recommendations for the 2017 Update of Safeguarding California: Reducing Climate Risk” (the state’s climate adaptation plan).

We have broken the report into five sections, each of which will have its own blog post describing the topic area’s current policy landscape followed by our recommendations. 

Part 3 of Five: Regional Economic Development: 

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Diana Madson
Diana Madson
Program Director
August 04, 2016

Policy Recommendations to Benefit the Sierra Part Two: Forest Restoration

This post is Part Two of a five part series detailing the content of Sierra CAMP’s newly released “Sierra CAMP’s Policy Recommendations for the 2017 Update of Safeguarding California: Reducing Climate Risk", the state’s climate adaptation plan.

Click here to view the full report.

We have broken the report into five sections, each of which will have its own blog post describing the topic area’s current policy landscape followed by our recommendations.

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Diana Madson
Diana Madson
Program Director
July 28, 2016

Policy Recommendations to Benefit the Sierra Part One: Integrated Watershed Management

Drumroll, please…Sierra CAMP is proud to unveil a report we have been working on for the last year and a half. Our team has been hard at work studying the climate change impacts in our region and analyzing the opportunities for climate mitigation and adaptation.

We are ready to share our work in the newly released Sierra CAMP’s Policy Recommendations for the 2017 Update of Safeguarding California: Reducing Climate Risk

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Jessica Carr
Jessica Carr
Program Manager
July 25, 2016

How to spend summer in an office if you are a nomadic adventurer (read: dirtbag) at heart

We live in the Sierra Nevada surrounded by lakes, rivers, trails, and peaks because we love the mountains. This is why many of us started our employed lives in the outdoors - from river guides to ski instructors to backcountry tour leaders, we have lived outside and loved it.

Happily employed now in a more conventional office than the river banks of my past, I look for smaller ways to return to my dirtbag roots.

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