Friends of Plumas Wilderness is dedicated to studying, exploring and maintaining the integrity of natural ecosystems where the Sierra and Cascades meet.

Mission to Maintain

Protecting
Wild Places

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Friends of Plumas Wilderness is committed to keeping wild places wild through education, stewardship and advocacy. We inform people about the value of all things wild through film, events and articles. We work with federal land managers, partners and volunteers to keep protected areas wild. We advocate for the permananet protection of more wild places, where people and wildlife can find refuge.

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Saving Snow Sanctuaries

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In today's chaotic world people need refuge from the pollution and noise of civilization. We need more places where we can go and experience clean air and quiet. Currently, the only refuge for human-powered winter recreation on the Plumas National Forest is the Bucks Lake Wilderness. We are working to create more sanctuaries where people can experience the quiet of winter.

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Fighting For Public Lands

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Give away our public lands for free? That is exactly what the 115th Congress proposes to do. On their first day in session, the House of Representatives made it easier to transfer public lands, for free! Public land transfers can now be treated as ‘budget neutral.’ This budgetary maneuver is designed to make it look like giving away public land would cost nothing. But, public lands are a large source of government revenue, second only to taxes.

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Explore the Wild

Snow

Explore Snow Sanctuaries

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Land

Explore Public Lands

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Water

Explore wild & Scenic Rivers

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