Comstock’s spoke to Covert — who was born and raised in Grass Valley — about her work with the Nisenan Tribe and why it matters.
PODCAST: Stakeholders in the Sierra Nevada are confronting the lasting legacy of the gold rush.
Over the past two decades, a coordinated effort focused on science and policy, education and awareness, and an entrepreneurial approach to workforce development has been underway to come to grips with the lasting legacy of the mining age.
The dialogue around regenerative agriculture has evolved over the last decade as agricultural methods that were once practiced by Indigenous communities around the world are reemerging.
Imagine selecting your final resting place where bobcats roam,
wildflowers support bees and birds, and trails meander through
rolling grasslands, oak savannah and forested settings.
Big Basin, nearly wiped out by fire, remains closed as the state struggles to protect nearly 300 parks from climate change. Solutions are costly: thinning forests, adding sand to beaches, moving parking lots and buildings.
Women founders in the Capital Region are developing groundbreaking technology in biotech and ag-tech, emerging industries where territory is still uncharted.
The Capital Region depends on water resources engineers like Mary Paasch, principal engineer and vice president of Stantec.
In a world of portability and to-go orders, Grass Valley-based startup BoxPower delivers energy in a box.
In 11 years as director, Michelle Bertolino has guided Roseville Electric Utility to become one of the state’s most reliable, cost-effective electric services.