We’ve just finished our new 2016 Strategic Plan which sets a clear, updated direction for our organization going forward. Now we are actively recruiting new board members, excited about our purpose and our future. Here’s more information for anyone interested in joining us.
Some programs are longstanding issues that nevertheless continue – such as the legal battles for Medicine Lake Highlands, and the H.O.M.E. program working with the USFS to assist visitors and protect Panther Meadows high on the mountain.
In other activities, we return to our foundational purpose as advocates. We are sponsoring a ballot initiative to strengthen the county Water Ordinance, and focusing on community activism and education. With your support, we have plans to reinstate and further develop programs to monitor timber harvests. Mount Shasta Ecology relies on generous grassroots support of our volunteers, donors and granting agencies – we want your help in identifying and making a difference on the many important issues affecting our bioregion.
You can read our plan’s Executive Summary below, and then contact us to learn more!