Land Stewardship Council seeks public input on development of PG&E lands in Sierra

The Stewardship Council is continuing to seek public input on the development of a Land Conservation Plan (LCP) that will recommend how the beneficial public values of over 140,000 acres of watershed lands across the state can be preserved and enhanced. Community meetings will be held throughout the summer to obtain feedback from the community on information that has been collected to date. They will also be requesting feedback on preliminary concepts for these areas, which are available for review at

The meetings will take place from to at the following locations:


May 30, 2006
Memorial Hall

174 Stone Avenue


May 31, 2006
Southside Community Center

2959 Lower

Wyandotte Rd


July 11, 2006

Sonora Opera House

250 South Washington Street

Bass Lake

July 12, 2006
The Pines Resort at Bass Lake
Room: Boathouse


July 25, 2006
Veterans Memorial Hall
Main Street


July 26, 2006
Ukiah Valley Conference Center

200 South School Street


September 21, 2006
Red Lion Hotel
1830 Hilltop

Nevada City

September 28, 2006
Miners Foundry Cultural Center
325 Spring Street

For more information about the Stewardship Council, or these community meetings, please call 650-286-5150 or visit

About the Stewardship Council: The Stewardship Council is a collaborative land conservation and youth investment foundation. Its mandate includes evaluating and providing recommendations for the conservation of over 140,000 acres of watershed lands (currently owned by PG&E) spread across 22 counties, as well as developing and implementing community-based park and environmental education opportunities for underserved youth.

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