Sierra Club Lake Group
Redbud Audubon Society
Lake County Democrats
Lake County Land Trust
Lake County RCD
Thrive Lake County
Buy Lake County Grown: order local
food online and download Food
Lake County News
PEG TV (Channel 8)
Press legal guidebooks and forms
Quagga Mussel Alert!
By action of the
Board of Supervisors, all vessels launching into any
Lake County waters must participate in the county's mandatory screening
and sticker program, with inspection and decontamination if necessary.
Local residents must renew their stickers annually, visitors monthly. More info
Or call the Mussel
report possible violators or suspected contamination call the Sheriff
263 8656 or 911
Protecting Berryessa Snow Mountain
Trump administration has ordered the Interior Department to “review”
the status of 22 terrestrial monuments and five marine reserves,
including our own Berryessa Snow Mountain NM here in Lake County.
To help defeat this terrible idea please
MAY 16, 6:30PM -- Sierra Club meeting featuring a presentation by Carol
Cole-Lewis on how you can "Go Solar with Confidence." Lower Lake
Methodist Church Community Room, 16255 Second St: as always the meeting
is free and the public is invited. More info
18, 9AM-3PM -- Recreation, Volunteerism and Stewardship Workshop to
help shape planning for the Berryessa Snow Mountain National
Monument. 9355 Government St in Upper Lake. FREE, public invited, but
reservations required. To RSVP visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5PM7ZMV. For more information contact Cici Vu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-391-7900.
MAY 18, 6:30PM -- Green Movie Night at the Soper Reese Community
Theater featuring "Chasing Coral," an acclaimed documentary detailing
the effects of climate change on the Great Barrier Reef off the coast
of Australia, and offering solutions to save what oceanographers refer
to as the “rain forest of the ocean.” The showing is sponsored by the
Unitarian Universalist Church of Lake County and the Sierra Club Lake Group; admission is free but a
$10 donation is suggested. More info: visit the Soper Reese website or contact Anna Rose Ravenwoode at
MAY 19, 9AM -- Berryessa Snow Mountain Field Day hosted by the
Mendocino National Forest. Participants will assemble at 9AM at the
Upper Lake Ranger Station, 10025 Elk Mountain Rd. The event is free and
open to the public, but reservations required. To RSVP visit
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5PM7ZMV. For more information contact Cici Vu at email@example.com or 415-391-7900.
MAY 20 -- Sierra Club hike to the summit of Mt. St. Helena. On a clear
day see spectacular views including much of the San Francisco Bay area
and possibly viewing mountain ranges in a 360 degree panorama including
Mt. Shasta! Bring water, lunch, binoculars & snacks. Meet to
carpool at 9:15 am Mugshots Middletown coffee shop on corner of Hwy 29
& 175 or 10:15 am at Robert Louis Stevenson parking lot.
Reservation required. Maximum 10 participants leader Julie Kreis
707-987-9040 or firstname.lastname@example.org Rain cancels.
JUNE 3, 12-2PM -- Fiddlers Jam at the Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum, 9921
State Hwy 281, just north of Hwy 29 at Kit's Corner. FREE, donations
JUNE 10, 8AM -- Sierra Club hike on South Cow Mountain. Ecologist Larry
Ray will lead a moderate 3 mile hike to view and learn about the Goats
Rue Eradication and Sediment Reduction and Habitat Enhancement projects
in Eightmile Valley at the headwaters of Scotts Creek. A collaborative
partnership between the Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians, the BLM,
and the Lake County RCD will reduce sedimentation into Clear Lake,
stabilize and restore the streambed, and enhance habitat value of the
degraded meadow and riparian ecosystem. Bring plenty of water,
snacks/lunch, sun protection, and sturdy hiking shoes. Carpool from the
Lake County Ag Center, 889 Lakeport Blvd. in Lakeport, at 8AM, or meet
at the ORV staging area at the top of Mill Creek Rd. off Talmage Rd.
east of Ukiah at 9AM. By reservation only. Leader Julie Kreis,
707 295 6773 or email@example.com.
JUNE 10, 8:30AM -- guided nature walk and ranch house tour at Anderson
Marsh State Historic Park. There is no charge for the walk and parking is free
for those attending this event. Rain cancelS: if the walk is
canceled, the tour will begin at 8:30am. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 995-2658.