News and Features

Saying Farewell and Thanks to Rose Board Member Nancy Berlin
Nancy Berlin served on the Rose Foundation board for 8 years, and during that time she was a constant source of sound advice, teamwork, and positive direction. Read on to learn more about Nancy’s important work at the Rose Foundation and beyond:

Announcing Our Biggest Grant Yet! $1 Million to Protect the Eel River Watershed
In August, the Rose Foundation received $3 million from a settlement between the Center for Biological Diversity and Placer Ranch Inc. $1 million was specifically endowed to the Wildlands Conservancy (TWC) to complete a major land acquisition project. TWC will use the funds to conserve, protect, and restore the historic Dean Witter Lone Pine Ranch, a 29,600-acre property that includes over 18 miles of the “Grand Canyon” of the Eel River

Introducing Our Youth Air Quality Task Force
Our New Voices Are Rising program is introducing a new program this fall. Titled the Youth Air Quality Task Force, the program takes place over 6 weeks and focuses on the issue areas of air quality, health risks, and utility advocacy.

2021 Grassroots Grantee Convening
Announcing our 2021 grassroots grantee convening! Find more information here.

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News and Features

Saying Farewell and Thanks to Rose Board Member Nancy Berlin
Nancy Berlin served on the Rose Foundation board for 8 years, and during that time she was a constant source of sound advice, teamwork, and positive direction. Read on to learn more about Nancy’s important work at the Rose Foundation and beyond:

Announcing Our Biggest Grant Yet! $1 Million to Protect the Eel River Watershed
In August, the Rose Foundation received $3 million from a settlement between the Center for Biological Diversity and Placer Ranch Inc. $1 million was specifically endowed to the Wildlands Conservancy (TWC) to complete a major land acquisition project. TWC will use the funds to conserve, protect, and restore the historic Dean Witter Lone Pine Ranch, a 29,600-acre property that includes over 18 miles of the “Grand Canyon” of the Eel River

Introducing Our Youth Air Quality Task Force
Our New Voices Are Rising program is introducing a new program this fall. Titled the Youth Air Quality Task Force, the program takes place over 6 weeks and focuses on the issue areas of air quality, health risks, and utility advocacy.

2021 Grassroots Grantee Convening
Announcing our 2021 grassroots grantee convening! Find more information here.

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