Wild & Scenic Mokelumne Update

Foothill Conservancy Publications
This report discusses the various tools local governments can use to protect open space, including the general plan, zoning, urban growth boundaries, Williamson Act preserves, density transfers, conservation easements, open space districts, and more. It was made possible, in part, by a Futures Fund grant from the Sierra Nevada Alliance.
Tools for Protecting Open Space in Amador County
Announcement of the upcoming EBMUD meetings in Jackson and San Andreas on July 14. Download and share with your friends and local bulletin boards.
Announcement for EBMUD water plan meeting in Oakland on July 21, 2011. Download and share with your friends and neighborhood bulletin boards.
Early in 1999, a group of local citizens in the Calaveras County, California communities of Glencoe, Rail Road Flat, West Point, and Wilseyville coordinated a local citizen-based, sustainable community development project using the "Economic Renewal" model developed by the Rocky Mountain Institute. The project was sponsored by the Foothill Conservancy and the Sierra Nevada Alliance, a regional coalition of 80 local and regional conservation organizations. It was funded by grants from the W. Alton Jones Foundation to the sponsor organizations.
1999 Calaveras Community Renewal Project Report
This brochure includes information on why the Mokelumne River should be designated a Wild and Scenic river, and the benefits of this designation to people, fish and wildlife.

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