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Eagles Nest Resale Shop
COS Foundation makes this store available to the community.
Volunteers run the store in all areas: organizing the displays, managing the cash register, and doing general maintenance.
We appreciate the help of all those who make donations and help by offering their time to keep the store open.
I would enjoy hearing from you about your donations of clothing, music, household items and volunteering your time.
Angel Fisher, Shop Manager 530 938 4663
Siskiyou Arts Council
Siskiyou Arts Council sponsors the Mt. Shasta City-wide Holiday Window Display contest featuring 19 local businesses. Public vote will determine which holiday window display wins and the winner will donate the collective fund to a local charity. Now through December 24, 2010. 530.926.1294
Mt Shasta Nordic is an economically-viable, community-based non-profit organization that strives to inspire a passion for Nordic skiing by providing marked backcountry and groomed Nordic trails to a broad range of skiers in the Northern California/Southern Oregon region. Through the financial support from members, partners, and the community, we offer donation-based Nordic ski trail access, a full-service facility, and an array of ski programs for diverse populations.
See out event calendar at http://www.mtshastanordic.org/news1.htm
Jefferson Economic Development Institute (JEDI)
JEDI provides free and confidential business counseling services in collaboration with the Cascade Small Business Development Center.
Experienced business counselors are available to answer any of your business-related questions around topics such as:
403 Berry Street, Mt. Shasta 530 926 6670
Our vision is to create a resilient, sustainable community in harmony with nature, where the majority of our basic needs are supplied locally
Shasta Commons is a resource network to assist in the organization and promotion of local, sustainable goods and services through education, existing and planned community projects and the shastacommons.org website. Projects include but are not limited to cooperative organic gardening and distribution, a garden-share program, micro-farming workshops and a local currency/ trade bank.
The Siskiyou Spay Neuter Program (SNIP)
We are an all-volunteer non-profit organization formed to help end dog and cat overpopulation in Siskiyou County through education, support and need-based financial assistance to pet owners to help spay and neuter their companion animals. Our concern and empathy for homeless and euthanized dogs and cats (the consequence of overpopulation) provides us with the motivation for our programs and actions.
Help support SNIP (more information on our "Links" page). Although we hope you shop locally, if you buy anything on Amazon.com after entering their site from this link or the Amazon banner below, SNIP gets a small referral fee. It does not cost you anything extra. Thank you!
In the late 1990's, each year 900 homeless and unwanted dogs (this figure does not include cats) were euthanized in Siskiyou County. Our spay and neuter program along with the work of other groups has significantly reduced this number and has reduced a many unwanted dogs and cats left homeless wandering the streets facing starvation, disease and other hardships.
As of September 2010, through the efforts of our wonderful volunteers and generous donors we have raised over $290,000 to spay and neuter over 3,300 dogs and 2,100 cats in the county. One can only imagine the fate of the thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens that would have been produced if the Siskiyou Spay Neuter Program had not taken action to help spay and neuter these dogs and cats.
Would you like to join in helping us reduce pet overpopulation in Siskiyou County by helping to increase the number of dogs and cats that we can spay and neuter? As we are an all-volunteer organization we need your help. There are many things you can do. Please look around on our site and see if there is a way in which you could be of assistance.
http://www.ssnip.org 530 938 4246
A nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the outstanding natural environment and cultural values of Mount Shasta, one of the sacred mountains of the world, and of its surrounding bioregion, recognizing this region is of great importance locally, nationally and internationally in providing pure waters to the Sacramento Valley, rich biodiversity, numerous pristine natural sanctuaries, and sacred areas of high significance to Native American cultures near and far.
Mountain Shasta Healing Arts Council
Subsidiary of Mount Shasta Research Foundation, Inc,
501 (c) (3), established Venus Transit the Sun June 8, 2004
Healing Arts Council for professional practitioners in Siskiyou County, that encompasses, the Heart of the Healing Community with Cooperative Efforts for acknowledgment of all our Creative Healing Ways as all living life forms with Nature.
www.mtshastaresearchfoundation.org 311-A West Alma, Mt Shasta