In 2017, six regional stewardship networks, among them One Tam, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, the Santa Cruz Mountains Stewardship Network, and Redwoods Rising, together launched the California Landscape Stewardship Network, a groundbreaking effort that brings together disparate landscape stewardship efforts, each one representing its own local network, throughout the nation’s third-largest state. Equal parts professional development group, think tank, and opportunity to learn from one another, this “network of networks” pools resources, shares information and data, and presents a collective voice to agencies and lawmakers in Sacramento…
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