Restoration. Community. Stewardship.

We envision a world where financial collaboration sustains resilient landscapes, ecosystems and communities.

The Central Sierra Resiliency Fund is a community initiative held at the Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum, Inc., a California 501(c) 3 tax exempt non-profit organization. In launching this effort, local community members and concerned professionals have collaborated to create a Resiliency Council to administer the restricted fund and determine funding recipients. We are collaborating with other local, state, and national organizations on projects to empower the local community to lead the revitalization effort after the Creek Fire

The Resiliency Fund will support long-term Creek Fire recovery efforts in communities within the vicinity of Fresno County’s Central Sierra region including, but not limited to, Huntington Lake, Lakeshore, Big Creek, Shaver Lake, Pine Ridge, Meadow Lakes, Alder Springs, and Auberry.

Visit our Community Stories section to learn more about how the stories of our past inspire resilience among the Central Sierra communities and consider sharing your story.

Contact us at ResiliencyFund@sierrahistorical.org to see how you might help grow the Central Sierra Resiliency Fund and foster a sense of “Central Sierra Resiliency” in our broader community.

 

WHO WE ARE

The Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum promotes learning, understanding, diversity and creativity. History, math, science and more come to life through engagement with artifacts from our diverse region.

WHAT WE DO

The Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum promotes learning, understanding, diversity and creativity. History, math, science and more come to life through engagement with artifacts from our diverse region.

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