A resounding THANK YOU to everyone who joined us this spring for our Climate Resilience from the Ground Up event series!
We’re so grateful to all of our amazing panelists, staff members, and guests who contributed to our rich dives into various aspects of California’s interconnected climate challenges.
Many thanks also to our generous sponsors Environmental Science Associates, Holland & Knight, Iron Horse Vineyards and Spottswoode Estate Vineyard and Winery for supporting the series, and for sharing Sustainable Conservation’s vision of stewarding our most precious natural resources for all Californians.
If you didn’t get a chance to join us, or if you want to take a closer look at a particular subject area, we’ve got a one-stop-shop video round-up for you below. Click, watch, learn, and don’t hesitate to tweet your questions at us using the hashtag #CRFtGU.
In Conversation: CEO Ashley Boren and CA Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot
CEO Ashley Boren and California Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot on what climate resilience means for California, why it matters, and what Sustainable Conservation and California’s Department of Natural Resources are working on to build the foundation for a healthy and climate-resilient California.
A Restored California is a Resilient California
Our panel of experts explored how we can work with nature through habitat restoration to build climate resilience, and highlighted projects incorporating various restoration methods in different ecosystems around the state.
A Watershed Approach to Drought, Fires, and Flood
Our panelists shared their expertise on river restoration, sustainable groundwater management, and indigenous ecological knowledge and practices as they explored how nature-based solutions can boost California’s climate resilience
Continue Your Environmental Journey With Us!
Our events are designed with your environmental journey in mind! Join us to support our community gatherings, where we bring together environmental leaders to answer your most pressing questions, AND talk about what you can do to help. Stay connected and stay tuned for our fall event offerings.