We wish to send gratitude to all the firefighters and support teams in the field and to offer support to many friends and neighbors impacted by the recent severe smoke and fire. Please feel free to contact us for resources, connections and peer support! We are also happy to share some of the valuable resources…

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Mid-Eel Watershed Steward and Round Valley elder Ron Lincoln Sr., with his granddaughter Hazel at left, giving the blessing at teh Round Valley Salmon Awareness Festival in 2016.

This spring, Trees Foundation was thrilled to welcome Mid-Eel Watershed Stewards (MEWS) into our Fiscal Sponsorship umbrella. Fiscal Sponsorship is one of the primary ways that Trees Foundation supports the North Coast grassroots environmental community. It allows groups to move swiftly forward in accomplishing their objectives, while we handle the 501(c)3 bookkeeping and financial reporting required to accept tax-deductible donations and grant funding. We asked MEWS founding member Mickey Bailey to share more with Forest & River News readers about this emerging organization.

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The Whiteness Within: Challenging White Supremacy Culture August 10 & 11, 3pm – 5pm Sponsored by Southern Humboldt Organic & Regenerative Education (SHORE) and OpenArt Group Click here to register. A sliding scale donation is requested and goes exclusively to the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) facilitators and workshop advisors. This online workshop…

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Unfortunately, due to the continued Covid-19 restrictions on gatherings, Summer Camp is cancelled this year.  Field Activities for Kids in Southern Humboldt and Northern Mendocino Friends of the Lost Coast Summer Adventure Camp (SAC) is a science and nature day camp for children 4–13 years old. A program of Friends of the Lost Coast (formerly Lost…

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