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The Great Tuolumne Adventure

Virtual

On Saturday, April 17th, kick-off Earth Week by inviting your friends to hike, bike, or paddle while fundraising to protect to beautiful Tuolumne Watershed! This socially distanced community fundraiser gives you the opportunity to get outside for a cause! No matter where you are, near or far, you can participate by getting outside in your

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Volunteer Day: Hamby Trail

CA

This volunteer day is one of the 13 events the Tuolumne River Trust is hosting throughout the season. We will work to maintain 30 miles of hiking trails and to naturalize 10 miles of unauthorized motorized trails in Stanislaus National Forest. Project days may involve trail clearing, tread repair, trail building, and minor rock work.

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Volunteer Day: Hamby Trail

CA

This volunteer day is one of the 13 events the Tuolumne River Trust is hosting throughout the season. We will work to maintain 30 miles of hiking trails and to naturalize 10 miles of unauthorized motorized trails in Stanislaus National Forest. Project days may involve trail clearing, tread repair, trail building, and minor rock work.

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Paddle with the Salmon

CA

Every fall, for thousands of years, Chinook Salmon return to the Tuolumne River to spawn. They have shaped our environment as we know it today. Chinook Salmon are considered to be one of the most important keystone species on the West Coast. We at the Tuolumne River Trust want to give our community the chance

$75
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Paddle with the Salmon

CA

Every fall, for thousands of years, Chinook Salmon return to the Tuolumne River to spawn. They have shaped our environment as we know it today. Chinook Salmon are considered to be one of the most important keystone species on the West Coast. We at the Tuolumne River Trust want to give our community the chance

$75
Recurring

Paddle with the Salmon

CA

Every fall, for thousands of years, Chinook Salmon return to the Tuolumne River to spawn. They have shaped our environment as we know it today. Chinook Salmon are considered to be one of the most important keystone species on the West Coast. We at the Tuolumne River Trust want to give our community the chance

$75
Recurring

Paddle with the Salmon

CA

Every fall, for thousands of years, Chinook Salmon return to the Tuolumne River to spawn. They have shaped our environment as we know it today. Chinook Salmon are considered to be one of the most important keystone species on the West Coast. We at the Tuolumne River Trust want to give our community the chance

$75

Tuolumne River Trust Tree Planting Volunteer Day

Tuolumne River Trust Tuolumne City, CA

Tree Planting with TRT Come and join the Tuolumne River Trust to plant trees in the Rim Fire footprint in the Stanislaus National Forest on Saturday, March 12th, and Saturday, March 19th. As springtime approaches, TRT will be working hard with various groups and contractors to plant over a million trees in the Stanislaus National

Lunch Chat: Advocacy for Earth Day

Virtual

Join Tuolumne River Trust virtually on April 20, 2022 from 12-1 pm, as Policy Director, Peter Drekmeier, shares what you can do to support environmentally-friendly water policy in the Bay Area. Without the first Earth Day in 1970, there would be no U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, no Clean Air Act, no Clean Water Act, no

Blackberry Removal at Indian Creek Trail

Tuolumne River Trust Tuolumne City, CA

Join Tuolumne River Trust for a volunteer event: We will be hiking down Indian Creek Trail and removing invasive Himalayan blackberries along the river. This will be a five-mile round trip hike on a fairly overgrown trail, so get ready for an adventurous 8-hour work day! Click here to register.

Willow Cutting and Acorn Collection

Tuolumne River Trust Tuolumne City, CA

Join Tuolumne River Trust for a volunteer event: We are looking for volunteers to help us collect willow cuttings and acorns to be planted in future restoration projects. Location, TBD, off the Highway 120 corridor, we expect to work for 4-6 hours. We will reach out with more details once registered. Please e-mail cailey@tuolumne.org with

Blackberry Removal at Hamby Trail

Tuolumne River Trust Tuolumne City, CA

Join Tuolumne River Trust for a volunteer event: We will be hiking down Indian Creek Trail and removing invasive Himalayan blackberries along the Hamby Trail. This will be a five-mile round trip hike on a fairly overgrown trail, so get ready for an adventurous 8-hour work day! Click here to register.