by Molly Brown From Mt. Shasta Herald, February 13, 2015 Ours is a world of peril and transformation. We face the unprecedented challenges of global climate disruption, gross economic inequality, over-population, international financial breakdown, potential epidemics, rising seas, droughts and famine, power-outages, and spiraling fuel costs – with no place to move to, no place [...]
The Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center is a new nonprofit partner of 1% for the Planet, an alliance of over 1,200 member companies in 48 countries that give one percent of revenues to environmental causes.
Mt. Shasta's annual Earth Day celebration took place Saturday, April 25 at City Park, a free and fun event for all!
This just in from the Klamath RiverKeeper: “A public comment period for a proposed export pipeline that would connect Rocky Mountain tracked gas with new markets in Asia would cross the Klamath River near Klamath Falls, Oregon, has just closed. "The Jordan Cove Terminal Pacific Connector Pipeline would bury 232 miles of new pipe across Southern [...]
Thanks to Maria, her band and everyone who came out on Friday, April 24 for this incredible performance!
On March 12, we joined with indigenous tribes attending a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals hearing to protect Medicine Lake from large scale geothermal development .
Three key questions: The March 12th Hearing in the Ninth Circuit Court for the Medicine Lake Highlands
Dr. Robert Curry reveals the Medicine Lake region in far northern California (now threatened by geothermal development) contributes much more water to the State of California than previously thought.
Marching Fourth, we celebrate 75 years of Michelle Berditchevsky! Read HERstory here!
After the second winter straight of no snow at the base of Mount Shasta and closures at our local ski park, the warning signs of global warming are becoming increasingly clear. The Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center is leading an initiative to help our communities adapt to climate change while providing a new generation of living-wage jobs and [...]