OUR WORK

With innovation, integrity, and respect, our team members are working to grow a regenerative economy, restore natural resources, build a resilient climate, elevate rural issues, establish equitable systems, and build strong communities in the Sierra. Our on-the-ground programs and projects are designed to bring proactive change to the Sierra.

Gold Country Broadband Consortium

The goal of the Gold Country Broadband Consortium (GCBC) is to increase digital access and use of broadband in designated counties in the Sierra Nevada: Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Sierra, and eastern Alpine counties.

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Government Affairs

Sierra Business Council’s Government Affairs team works with local, regional, and statewide partners to advocate for policies that enhance the communities, economy, and environment of the Sierra.

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Lake Tahoe Water Trail

The LTWT is a designated water route along the 72-mile Lake Tahoe shoreline that links public beaches with launch and landing sites to help paddlers have a safe recreation experience, practice good stewardship, and protect the watershed.

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Martis Fund Homebuyer Assistance Program

In partnership with the Martis Fund, Sierra Business Council administers the Martis Fund Homebuyer Assistance Program, which provides down payment assistance to help income-qualified working families in Placer County east of Donner Summit or in the Town of Truckee purchase homes.

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Sierra CAMP

The Sierra Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Partnership (Sierra CAMP) is a cross-sector partnership that promotes and facilitates regional climate adaptation and mitigation strategies.

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Sierra Nevada Energy Watch

Sierra Nevada Energy Watch (SNEW) SNEW is a program implemented by Sierra Business Council to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy use in the Sierra. We work to build climate

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Sierra Nevada Geotourism

Sierra Nevada Geotourism helps travelers experience the Sierra through the eyes of a local, learn about responsible recreation, and foster tourism-based economies in gateway communities. 

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Join Us In Creating A More Resilient Sierra.

To learn more about our programmatic work, triple-bottom line focus, or ask questions, please contact: 

info@sierrabusiness.org
530.582.4800