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May 3rd | Eco-Mingle Event

May 3rd | 4pm to 7pm

Join us on Friday, May 3rd, from 4-7 p.m. at the Sequoia Conference Center for an engaging opportunity to meet with local organizations actively working to preserve our local ecosystems. From innovative projects to collaborative partnerships between science and community, explore diverse approaches to environmental stewardship.

As part of this event, we will present film screenings from the Wild Hope series on PBS, including Beaver Fever and Does Nature Have Rights?

 Additionally, don't miss the opportunity to watch Guardian of the River, a short documentary by Shane Anderson featuring members of the Yurok Tribe discussing the Klamath River.Engage in a stimulating panel discussion about the work of local environmental organizations, led by Alicia Hamann from Friends of the Eel River. 

Enjoy delicious food provided by Cassaro's Catering, and best of all, this event is completely free!

Nature Holidays!

March 20th - World Frog Day!

Did you know that March 20th is WORLD FROG DAY? Hop on over to the most recent episode of Wild Hope, The Frog Ark, and see how amphibians in Panama are being celebrated and, more importantly, how researchers are safeguarding them from extinction.

March 21st - International Day of Forests!

We live an an area surrounded by beautiful Parks and Forests. It's a short drive to many beautiful places where we can hike through the trees and get up close and personal with nature.

Check out this short video on Tijuca National park, in Rio de Janeiro. Where biologists and ecologists are helping to rehabilitate the Fauna so the Fauna can help the Flora.

March 22nd - World Water Day

Landscape architect Kate Orff is working with nature to protect New York City from future threats like rising seas and superstorms.

Watch the Short Video Now!

March 27th, 2024 - Manatee Appreciation Day

Florida’s Crystal River has long been a safe haven for the Florida manatee, but when an invasive algae wiped out the eel grass that manatees need for food, the community rallied to restore the river and save the animals that call it home.