What have we been up to lately? Check out our September 2020 edition of The Equinox – the bi-annual newsletter of Friends of Plumas Wilderness.
Amid the Bear Fire many people in the area have lost everything. Our hearts are with everyone affected in these difficult times. We, like you, want to help our neighbors and friends. Please consider offering what you can in the spirit of paying it forward. We are all in this together.
After touring film festivals in two dozen cities across the country, we’re excited to release our documentary about the Wild & Scenic Middle Fork Feather River for all to view online.
There’s an increased pressure to build more dams in California—threatening the Lost Sierra’s free-flowing rivers and the source of drinking water for 65% of Californians.
Friends of Plumas Wilderness works in Northern California at the convergence of two major ecoregions: the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Mountains. This area—the Lost Sierra—hosts the most diverse conifer forests on the planet and over 1,400 species of plants.
We rely on volunteers working to protect what they love about the Lost Sierra. Want to join us?
We bring people together to protect and maintain wild places so that what we love about the Lost Sierra—untamed nature, remote places, and clean water—is protected for generations to come.
Explore the facts of our natural communities firsthand: what they look like, sound like, smell like, and feel like; in other words, ground-truthing what it means to be here, now.