Supporting our local food system & community in the Lost Sierra through food access, food security, regenerative farm education and job training.
The Western Pacific Railroad was not the largest of the Western Class-One railroads. It wasn’t formed until 1906, with completion in 1909. However, operating in the shadow of giants like the Southern Pacific, Santa Fe and the Union Pacific, the relatively young WP had to work that much harder to survive.
The goal of the Smoke Free High Country Project is to promote a tobacco and nicotine-free lifestyle for the residents of Siskiyou, Lassen, and Plumas Counties.
We support the local community and economy through Family Farms, Arts and Education and other community organizations.
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a non-profit organization that builds and maintains multiuse trails in the Sierra Buttes, Tahoe, Plumas and Lassen National Forests.
Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen (PSCW) is a group of women dedicated to the preservation of ranching, beef promotion and agricultural education. Our purpose is to promote the welfare of the livestock industry and to stimulate the growth of agriculture and allied fields in our two counties. PSCW participates is many events throughout the year.
The lure of gold brought many people to California after the initial discovery at Sutter’s sawmill on the American River in 1848. Prospectors didn’t find their way up to the area we now call Plumas-Eureka until 1851, when a couple of them – part of a larger group – discovered an exposed quartz ledge, rich with gold, high on the slopes of Eureka Peak.
PLUMAS ARTS (also known as the Plumas County Arts Commission) was established in 1981 as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, private public benefit corporation. Since its inception, Plumas Arts has been authorized by the Plumas County Board of Supervisors to serve as Plumas County’s arts planning and programming agency for the California Arts Council’s (CAC) State-Local Partnership (SLP).
Our mission is to enrich the cultural experience of Sierra County with world-class, year-round performances and music education, accessible and affordable for all.
The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council (MVSC) is a small, community-based 501 (c) (3) non profit corporation. We welcome your support at any level in our efforts to restore the Historic White Sulphur Springs Ranch for the benefit of our community.