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PARC Virtual Film Festival Silent Auction
PARC, founded in 1972 to oppose the proposed Auburn Dam, is active in the local community. Auction funds will support on-going projects such as:
Published the American River Insider's Guidebook
Produced "The Wild and Scenic North Fork American" film/DVD
Sponsors the annual PARC High School Senior Scholarship Essay Contest
Organizes outdoor events, such as hikes, trail maintenance projects, and Paddle Safety Day
Annual Spring and Fall river canyon clean-up events for over 20 years
Collaboration with local Land Trusts to protect American River watershed lands
Multimedia watershed education presentations to public and school groups
Seasonal newsletters, and events calendar
Collaboration with State of California Attorney General for the closure of the Auburn Dam diversion tunnel and 2007 restoration of the North Fork to its natural channel
Purchase and stewardship of over 100 acres of canyon land on the North Fork
Created and produced the annual American River Confluence Festival for 21 years (1992-2012)
PARC remains vigilant to any efforts to re-start the Auburn Dam project, and is a member of the American River Coalition. Together we collaborate to educate elected officials, agencies and the public to the benefits of protecting the natural, scenic and recreational resources of the American River watershed.
About Protect American River Canyons
Protect American River Canyons (PARC) protects the natural, recreational and cultural resources of the North and Middle Forks of the American River through leadership and collaboration.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.