TSF’s 2014 Accomplishments

In the last twelve months, The Sierra Fund has taken significant strides in pursuit of our mission: to increase and organize investment in protecting and restoring the natural resources and communities of the Sierra Nevada. 

In addition to continuing our role as statewide leader for Sierra advocacy and action on legacy mines in California, we have stepped into a major new role as coordinator of a $5.5 million grant for a dozen projects in the CABY region, completed a new bridge on the Deer Creek Tribute Trail, increased our staff capacity, completed the first phase of our mine assessment project at Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, and much more.

2014Accomplishments-Cover_4webClick here to peruse a summary of TSF’s 2014 Accomplishments.

Our success would not be possible without the numerous partners and donors who support our work, including The California Wellness Foundation, the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment, Patagonia, ESRI, Bella Vista Foundation, the Nell Newman Foundation, Teichert Foundation, the Giles W. & Elise G. Mead Foundation, True North Foundation, and the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation.

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