About the program

Our Watershed Program focuses on nature, community, and economy in our area’s watersheds, with a primary focus on the Upper Mokelumne River watershed. We advocate for sound planning and policies to restore and sustain the health of our creeks, rivers, and forests, along with sustainable water planning. We are guided by river and watershed principles and infrastructure principles as well as our mission, vision, and core values.

From the community

River Reflections showcases the works of 50 artists, inspired by the Mokelumne River, to bring understanding and appreciation of the source of water for 1.4 million people. A partnership of Amador and Calaveras Arts Council, Foothill Conservancy and East Bay Municipal Utility District.

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Leslie Smith, Sutter Creek, CA: Raised in Washington State, Leslie is a happy California transplant having moved to Sunny Sutter Creek full time in 2020. As a nascent fly fisher and lifelong skier, she is committed to the natural environment and brings extensive organizational and finance experience to the board from a nearly 40 year career in banking.