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Fall American River CleanUp
Saturday, September 20, 8 am-12 noon

Meet at the Old Auburn-Foresthill Curved Bridge near the Confluence (3 miles below Auburn near the Highway 49 American River Crossing). See map.

Check in at the Protect American River Canyons information booth to register, pick up trash collection bags, graffiti removal supplies, snacks and receive a complimentary Confluence Parkway map. Wear sturdy shoes. Bring gloves, sunscreen and a water bottle to fill. For more information about the clean-up contact PARC @ 530-885-8878.

Paddle Safety Day & Junior Rangers Activities

Sunday, September 21, 11AM to 4PM
Upper-Lake Clementine

Try out a variety of boats suitable for river and lake paddling provided by Sierra Outdoor Center, Canyon Raft Rentals and PARC.

Junior Ranger Nature Program Activities
are planned for those who are interested in learning more about American River ecology.

Directions: From I-80 take the Foresthill exit in Auburn and drive 6 miles to the Upper Lake Clementine entrance to the Auburn State Recreation Area on the left.
The event is free. There is $10 per car parking fee. See map

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Paddle Day boats ready to go
Paddle Day cruising
Paddle Day boats ready to go
Cruisin' on Paddle Day
Pooch in picture is a "companion service" dog
Dogs not allowed at Upper Clementine

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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