MISSION STATEMENT EVENTS TRAIL GUIDES CONTACT LINKS OF INTEREST
Meeting Agenda for January 29,2019
Approval of the Minutes of the last meeting
News or upcoming events of interest: Whole Earth Watershed Festival—Sandy H.
Speaker Presentation or Program: We struck out for January Suggestions for future speakers:
Treasurer’s Report: Giving Tuesday Summary—Diane M, Sandy H
TBC Budget for 2019: Suggestions—Sandy H
Membership Status: Sandy H
Facebook Page: Bob M
Trail News: Many area trails including most in the Whiskeytown NRA remain closed due to the Carr Fire. Federal Websites are somewhat closed due to the Trump shutdown.
Other: Old Business: Public Trails on Private Land: Creating a Rural Model--Lang D My position paper on the issue will be a topic for discussion.
Upper Jenny Creek—Undergrowth removal planned during winter
Salt Creek Heights Trails Advocacy and Project— on hold due to fire WST to Swasey Connection—Nothing new to Report
New Business: Start of a new year. Election of Board Members,
Appointment of officers
Creating a TBC History and list of accomplishments—Lang D
Other Items, Input from the floor:
SIGN THE LOCAL PETITION ON CLIMATE CHANGE at Ecoshasta.org! North State Climate Action, a new Redding group and SEA supporting organization has been circulating a petition on climate change to give to our local elected leaders including the Redding City Council, Shasta County Board of Supervisors and Congressman Doug LaMalfa. The petition is also now on the SEA website at www.ecoshasta.org. Go to the right of the menu and click on petition. You do not have to leave your address, just your email, city and zip code. Please help NSCA and SEA do our part locally to pressure or civic leaders to take action on global warming.
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Trails and Bikeways Council on Giving Tuesday. Thanks to you, we can continue to advocate for trails in the greater Redding area!