The Sierra Fund’s bi-annual conference called “Reclaiming the Sierra” is the state’s primary venue for collaboration and action addressing ongoing effects of historic mining. The 2-day event includes speakers, tours, films, a poster contest, and much more.
This outcomes-oriented event draws hundreds of people who are leaders in their field including policymakers, landowning and regulatory agencies, scientific researchers, water quality experts, reclamation firms, mining companies, public health specialists, and environmental advocates.
Our next conference is scheduled for Spring 2015.
Explore our past conferences at our Reclaiming the Sierra program website.
Conference Proceedings from “Reclaiming the Sierra 2012: Green $olutions to Abandoned Mines” – Includes speakers’ presentations, honorees, tours, sponsors and more
Conference Proceedings from “Reclaiming the Sierra 2010: A Community Summit on Mining Impacts” – Includes speakers’ presentations, honorees, tours, sponsors and more
Sponsorship Information – Early sponsorships of Reclaiming the Sierra 2015 are now being sought. For information on becoming a sponsor, contact Izzy Martin