PROTECT AMERICAN RIVER CANYONS

PARC • PO Box 9312 • Auburn, CA 95604

 



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AMERICAN RIVER EVENTS CALENDAR,
HIKES, & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES


Great Sierra River Cleanup and Paddle Safety Day

Great Sierra River Cleanup

Great Sierra River Cleanup
Saturday, September 19th, 8:00 am - Noon

Cleanup meets at the Confluence beginning at 8:00 am. (Note: we start cleanup 1 hour earlier than it mentions on the poster.) Bring water, sunscreen and wear sturdy shoes. Volunteers will receive complimentary new Auburn SRA trails map. (1 per family). Volunteers can also check in at Hills Flat Lumber in Colfax. No park fee charged in cleanup areas during cleanup.

Great Sierra River Cleanup 2015

Sponsors include Sierra Nevada Conservancy, Auburn SRA, Recology Auburn,
Protect American River Canyons and Canyon Keepers.

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Auburn SRA California State Parks Badge
Sierra Nevada Conservancy Logo
Canyon Keepers Logo
Recology-Auburn Placer Logo
Co-Sponsors of the Clean Up


Basic Paddle Safety Day
Sunday, September 20th, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
at Upper Lake Clementine

Free use of boats suitable for river, lake and ocean paddling on a first-come first-serve basis for participants 10 years and older. A $10 per car ASRA park entrance fee is charged.

Sponsors include Sierra Outdoor Center, Canyon Raft Rentals,
Protect American River Canyons and Canyon Keepers.


 

Codfish Creek Falls Discovery Trail Brochure

You can now view, or download and print, the brochure "Codfish Creek Falls Discovery Trail." This brochure, beautifully illustrated by Colfax high school senior Heather Mehl under the guidance of Eric Peach and California State Parks & Recreation, highlights some of the plants, trees, and birds that can be seen along this lovely trail which meanders along the North Fork of the American River.
See the brochure here

We now carry the wonderful book "Wildflowers of Nevada and Placer Counties, California" by our local Redbud Chapter of the California Native Plant Society.
See more here

 

 

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