Wild & Scenic Mokelumne Update

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Locals flood Tim Palmer event
Palmer urges locals to protect our Mokelumne River
Photo of Tim Palmer and Chris Wright
Photo by Rick Torgerson
Foothill Conservancy Executive Director Chris Wright with author-photographer Tim Palmer
On Thursday, March 27, nearly 100 local residents jammed the Senior Center to hear author and photographer Tim Palmer describe his life on our nation's rivers and see his exceptionally beautiful slides. Palmer has traveled on and photographed more than 300 rivers in North America, including our own Mokelumne.

The event was a spring boost to our effort to secure National Wild and Scenic River designation for the Mokelumne River. Palmer urged event attendees to join our organization and support that effort -- noting that all rivers need organizations to protect them from ill-considered, unnecessary dams.

We'd like to thank everyone who attended the event as well as those who helped put it together. And we'd especially like to thank Tim for sharing his wonderful work with us.

Photo of North Fork Mokelumne River
Photo by Tim Palmer
North Fork Mokelumne Near Hermit Valley
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