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Wed, Dec 17, 2014: Major art exhibition on Mokelumne River to open in Sutter CreekRiver Reflections is a landmark arts endeavor created by AmadorArts. The unique exhibit will travel to three locations during the next three months, but the kick-off event will be in Sutter Creek in Amador County at the Hotel Sutter. The opening reception will be on Saturday, January 10, from 2 to 5 pm.
Tue, Dec 02, 2014: It's Giving TuesdayDonate to the Foothill Conservancy today. We're working hard for the Mokelumne River and your local quality of life! Put your tax-deductible donation to work for the land and communities you love.
Wed, Sep 24, 2014: 2014 Mokelumne River Cleanup ResultsThe Mokelumne River is cleaner thanks to the efforts of volunteers at Foothill Conservancy’s annual Mokelumne River Cleanup, held September 20. Volunteers collected more than 300 pounds of trash and recyclables at sites on Electra Road, Big Bar, and upcountry at the North Fork crossing at Highway 26.
Mon, Sep 15, 2014: Finalist artists selected for River Reflections Arts Project50 artists from Amador and Calaveras Counties, and the East Bay, listed below have been selected to submit work for the next phase of “River Reflections,” a major arts project, that will call attention to the Mokelumne River, source of drinking water for 1.4 million people, locally and in the East Bay.
Thu, Jan 08, 2015: MokeWISE program workshopCalifornia is facing what could be the worst drought on record, which may have severe consequences on our water supply. The Mokelumne Watershed Interregional Sustainability Evaluation (MokeWISE) program will develop projects and programs that will increase the sustainability of our region and help mitigate the effects of drought. During this third workshop, you will learn about the MokeWISE water availability analysis, project concepts being considered in MokeWISE, and project concept assessment...
Fri, Feb 06, 2015: An Evening with John MuirFoothill Conservancy invites you to a critically acclaimed one-man show with Lee Stetson portraying naturalist and conservationist John Muir. Tickets available online, or call 209.223.3508.