Author Archives: Jessica Little

Jessica LittleJessica Little joined Save the Redwoods League as Director of Government Affairs and Public Funding in 2020. Little comes to Save the Redwoods League from Environmental & Energy Consulting, a government relations consulting firm based in Sacramento that works closely with the League. For the past five years, Little has developed and led public funding strategies for numerous environmental protection and conservation objectives statewide. Her previous experience includes six years with Conservation Strategy Group, another Sacramento government affairs consultant with which the League has worked. She has been integral to the implementation and development of programs funded through state resources bonds and other funding measures. Little, who is based in Sacramento, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from California State University, Sacramento.

A group of visitors walk along a paved footpath through a redwoods forest.

Landmark conservation bill moves forward

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Great American Outdoors Act could have tremendous benefits to redwoods: In a major advance for what could end up being the most far-reaching conservation legislation in decades, the U.S. Senate recently passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which will lock in billions of dollars for national parks, outdoor recreation facilities, and land conservation.

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Senate bill aims for new jobs, green recovery

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A new bill authored by Senator Maria Elena Durazo, SB 1296––titled the Nature & Parks Career Pathway and Community Resiliency Act––seeks to build jobs in the natural resource field by focusing on job creation and training in working class communities and communities of color.

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