What kind of Partnership do you want?
Join us for an important community meeting scheduled for October 28th from 2:00 to 5:30 pm at the Lake Berryessa Senior Center (4380 Spanish Flat Loop Road). Appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages will be served. Please RSVP to email@example.com or 530-402-5404 to attend this meeting.
We are calling on all landowners, businesses, ranchers, non-profits, recreational interests, and government entities…anyone with an interest in the conservation of the region. It is important for you to attend this meeting and provide input on the Partnership’s future. At the meeting we will ask for your input to inform the development of a new organizational strategy and leadership structure.
As one of California’s most biologically significant landscapes, we are presented with both a challenge and an extraordinary opportunity to create a coordinated public/private conservation program – one that will lead to greater participation and involvement and new opportunities to conserve and enhance the natural, agricultural, recreational, and cultural resources of this unique region. But we need your involvement to make this vision a reality!
If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to offer input, please call Program Director Mary Adelzadeh at 530-402-5404.
2:00 Introductions/Networking: Share a reflection about what makes the Blue Ridge Berryessa Natural Area a special place
2:30 Where We Came From: History of the Partnership and BRBNA Conservation Framework
3:00 Organizational Report – Partner Reflections: Insights on values, challenges, and needs
4:00 Identifying Strategic Project Priorities and Raising Money To Get the Work Done
5:00 Next Steps: Follow through on proposal development
Support the Partnership
Visit the Trust for Conservation Innovation website to securely donate online.
Blue Ridge-Berryessa Partnership Events
Throughout the year, the Blue Ridge-Berryessa Partnership hosts a variety of events which focus on developing the strength of the region. We invite you to participate, learn more about what the region has to offer, and become an advocate of our organization.