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EASTERN SIERRA CLIMATE & COMMUNITIES RESILIENCE PROJECT

STAKEHOLDER INFORMATION

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WELCOME STAKEHOLDERS

Together, we are embarking on an initiative to restore 55,000 acres surrounding the Town of Mammoth Lakes. Our collective effort aims to promote resilient landscapes, support fire adapted communities, and lead by example to support the Eastern Sierra on the journey to achieving regional resilience.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMITMENT

Next Meeting

May 27, 2021 - Regular Meeting

Previous Meeting Summary

April 15, 2021 - Regular Meeting

Panel Discussion Video

Lessons Learned from Landscape Scale Restoration Projects across the West

Meeting Information Archives

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April 15, 2021 - Regular Meeting

March 11, 2021 - Regular Meeting

Stakeholder Action  Items

Click the button below to download the March 11 draft Goals & Objectives document. Plumas Corp is currently working with the INF to incorporate edits discussed at the March 11 Meeting and will circulate a final draft soon. 

January 14, 2021 - Regular Meeting

Stakeholder Action  Items

DUE March 1, 2021: Click the button below to download the draft Goals & Objectives for the project. Work within your organization to review and provide suggested revisions for the  Group to consider; edits will be worked into a final draft for the March 11 meeting. Please email one set of revisions from your organization to kelsey@plumascorporation.org

November 12, 2021 - Project Kickoff Meeting

Stakeholder Action  Items

DUE December 31, 2020:  Use the tools below to investigate the proposed project boundary.  To suggest revisions to the draft boundary please use the boundary edits submission form below. If you have additional needs or technical difficulties please contact the project manager.

Meeting Presentations

Reference Material

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 Many individuals and groups, including members of local, county, state, and federal governments, environmental groups, organizations, institutions, and industry representatives have made the commitment to the Eastern Sierra Climate & Communities Resilience Project. Collectively, these diverse stakeholders have come to be known as the ESSCRP Stakeholder Group.

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