In a year of continued pressure on species of plants and animals around the world from climate change and local land use practices, members of Friends of Gualala River continue to organize to protect our beautiful watershed from impacts from egregious logging plans.
We want to reverse these impacts and help our river overcome decades of pressure on all the species of plants and animals that have evolved together over eons of time. In working to restore our river habitat, we have made big strides with our membership and we realize the importance of the Gualala River as an integral part of the ecology of our coastal area.
I am grateful to be part of this organization as FoGR has a growing number of members dedicated and working diligently as part of our efforts. We will continue to reach out to our community with educational projects and we are excited to be collaborating with the Center for Biological Diversity to protect the habitat and populations of the threatened and endangered species struggling to survive.
We are grateful as well to all our contributing members who have donated to our ambitious projects. I encourage people of all ages to get involved and venture out to see our most beautiful river. I want thank all our members for donations and those who are hands-on in our endeavors.
President, Friends of Gualala River