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Central Sierra Resiliency Fund Partners with Tree Fresno to Allocate California ReLeaf Grant Funding to Pine Ridge Elementary School Project
The Central Sierra Resiliency Fund (CSRF) is excited to announce that they have been awarded grant funding through the Relief Through ReLeaf Program. CSRF will be partnering with Tree Fresno to allocate funds and coordinate volunteers for planting of seedlings at the Pine Ridge Elementary School Project.
The Creek Fire devastated a vast region of the Central Sierra mountains which led to a significant loss of trees, animal habitat and accessible recreational trails that made living in the region a keystone factor for locals, those in the Central Valley and beyond. At the center of some of the most intense fire damage is Pine Ridge Elementary School. Many of these students either lost homes or had their properties destroyed in the fire and all have been attending school in the burn scar.
New Partnership between the Central Sierra Resiliency Fund and Blue Forest Conservation Seeks to Develop Sustainable Financial Solutions for Creek Fire Recovery
The Central Sierra Resiliency Fund (Resiliency Fund) is proud to announce its partnership with Blue Forest Conservation (Blue Forest) to develop financial solutions addressing the long term environmental impacts of the 2020 Creek Fire, including the financing of hazard tree removal, ecological thinning, site prep and tree planting on public and private lands.
January 3, 2022. The Central Sierra Resiliency Fund (CSRF) is excited to announce that Bobbie Fleming has been selected for the role of Director effective December 1, 2021. Ms. Fleming will manage all day-to-day operations, coordinate community workdays and events, oversee working groups, collaborate with local organizations, lead marketing and community engagement efforts, provide fundraising assistance and lead the Fund’s long-term strategic planning.
Central Sierra Resiliency Fund Introduces “Seedlings of Hope” to Begin Creek Fire Replanting Efforts
The Central Sierra Resiliency Fund (CSRF) is holding its first Seedlings of Hope planting and education day – an important part of forest revitalization efforts. Sponsored in part by a grant from Southern California Edison, the Seedlings of Hope project is designed to help property owners who lost trees during the Creek Fire to replant and revive their forest homes.
Central Sierra Resiliency Fund’s “Hero Day” is a community event in partnership with China Peak and Tioga-Sequoia Brewing Company to honor Creek Fire First Responders and support ongoing recovery and revitalization efforts.
China Peak Hosts First-Ever Central Sierra Resiliency Fund “Hero Day” In Partnership with Tioga-Sequoia Brewing Company to Honor Creek Fire First Responders
First Responders benefit from a special China Peak ski day and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Central Sierra Resiliency Fund