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PARC River Clean Up This Saturday in the Confluence

This Saturday, April 12th from 8 AM to 1 PM is the annual American River Clean-Up organized by Protect American River Canyon or PARC.

Volunteers will meet at the Old Auburn-Foresthill Curved Bridge near the Confluence (3 miles below Auburn near the Highway 49 American River Crossing).

Check in at the Protect American River Canyons information booth to register, pick up trash collection bags, graffiti removal supplies, snacks and receive a complimentary Confluence Parkway map. Wear sturdy shoes. Bring gloves, sunscreen and a water bottle to fill.

Get there early for a Historic Bridges of the Confluence hike led by Canyon Keepers at 9:00 am.

For more information about the clean-up contact the Auburn State Recreation Area office at 530-885-4527 or PARC at 530-885-8878.

Sponsored by Auburn State Recreation Area, Protect American River Canyons

and the Canyon Keepers.

Special thanks to PG&E, Recology-Auburn and the Sierra Nevada Conservancy for providing teams of volunteers for this year’s clean up.


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