The USR RWAG presented information on the benefits of collaborative watershed management in our local communities, followed by a groundwater monitoring demonstration and forest field trip.
Unfortunately Supervisors Kobseff, Chriss, Haupt and Nixon failed to understand the value of public lands to the outdoor recreation industry. We will continue to defend the monument designation against future attacks!
Join us for an evening of great environmental and adventure short films! Saturday, December 10th at the Ford Theatre, College of the Siskiyous in Weed Doors at 5 for snacks and drinks, films start at 6 Click here for tickets!
Here's our Program Director Dr. Phoenix Lawhon Isler's presentation from Earth Day. Learn more as the Crystal Geyser issues loom large!
Thanks to Earth Day participants who helped consider a common Mt. Shasta Vision for the future - here's our notes!
We just finished our 2016 Strategic Plan and are seeking 2-3 new board members to help lead us forward. It's time for fresh perspectives - we're excited about our purpose and our future!
All are invited to be part of the first annual community Weeds to Native Plants “Let’s Pull Together” day, on Saturday, April 16, in Mt. Shasta. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the Mt. Shasta City Park with registration and breakfast snacks, thanks to Mt. Shasta Rotary. Volunteers will sign up, meet [...]
Citizens working to protect groundwater in the county by closing loopholes in the County Water Ordinance.
Weed citizens and local activists joined in a Rally for Our Shasta Water before the March 10 Weed City Council meeting. Roseburg Forest Products wants $1 million for only part of the water the city has used for 50 years!
We're crowdfunding for “The Way of the Mountain – The Natural History of Mount Shasta” scheduled for publication Fall 2016!