Our Towns: Central Sierra Resiliency

On October 2, retired So-Cal Edison Forester, John Mount, addressed an anxious crowd of Creek Fire survivors, media outlets, and elected officials at the Shaver Lake Historical Museum, to announce the creation of the Central Sierra Resiliency Fund.

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Raised at Huntington Lake: Resiliency Fund unites generational Central Sierra legacies to restore our forests for generations to come

Earlier this month, kids from several local youth groups headed up Highway 168 and gathered at what remains of Cressman’s General Store and Gas Station. Scouts, 4-H and FFA members as young as 8 years old spread out in the vicinity of the 116-year-old landmark, each planting one or more young pine trees that will take up to 50 years to reach their full height. In an area where multi-generational histories are the norm, the breadth of time was on full display.  

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Mountain Press: Resiliency Fund

The open-air amphitheater at the Central Sierra Historical Society in Shaver Lake was the perfect spot for the launch of the newly-formed Central Sierra Resiliency Fund. The locally-held fund was collaboratively established to reforest, rebuild and boost community revitalization efforts in the wake of the devastating Creek Fire.

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