Attention Graphic Designer: Community Group Needs Logo

Attention graphic designers! We need your help. If you’re good at logo design, please consider adding your time and talents to our community-based effort.

The Amador-Calaveras Consensus Group is a community-based organization that works to create fire-safe communities, healthy forests and watersheds, and sustainable local economies in Amador and Calaveras counties. We started work in 2008, but have never had a proper logo. Now that we’re going to have a real website, it’s time for us to have a logo, too.

The logo should reflect our mission, above, and our focus on balancing the environment, economy and community. You can read more about the group, its diverse members, and its work here:

All logo submissions will be reviewed by our web development workgroup and then selected by the full organization at its August meeting. The selected logo will be used on our new website and all ACCG correspondence. While we can’t afford to pay you, we promise to publicize the selection of your logo in a release to local media outlets and to sing your praises whenever someone comments on our beautiful new logo. Our work has received local, regional, state and national attention, so your work is sure to get wide circulation.

If you can help us out, please e-mail a PDF of your submission to and no later than COB on August 10.

Categories: Informational

Citizen’s Climate Lobby Presentation

Presentation from the Citizen’s Climate Lobby.  Harold Hedelman and his colleagues spoke at the July 15, 2015 ACCG meeting.

Citizen’s Climate Lobby Presentation


Categories: Informational

ACCG Meeting Agenda July 15, 2015

Categories: Agendas

ACCG Meeting Minutes June 17, 2015

Categories: Meeting Notes

Socioeconomic and Biomass Utilization Documents from 4FRI Restoration

Two helpful documents from the Four Forest Restoration Initiative in Northern Arizona.

Biomass Utilization

Socioeconomic Monitoring

Categories: Informational

Supporting Local Rural Economies while Improving Forest Health

Categories: Informational

Forest landscape restoration is more than planting trees – three case studies from the United States

Categories: Informational

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