Thank you donors!
We’ve raised over half the funds needed for our Endangered Species Act lawsuit.
Help us reach our funding goal and save the Gualala River, its redwood forest and its threatened and endangered species.
“As Mother Earth faces climate change and growing numbers of species are going extinct, FoGR has a responsibility to speak for the threatened and endangered species that are trying to maintain their existence and keep the ecosystem of the Gualala River intact,” said Charles Ivor, president of Friends of Gualala River. “This is why we joined with the Center for Biological Diversity to file a federal Endangered Species Act lawsuit.”
“The state is abdicating its responsibility to save these imperiled animals and some of California’s most spectacular redwoods,” said Peter Galvin, cofounder of the Center. “Logging has devastated this region and too many species are hanging on by a thread. We’re in an extinction crisis and we need to protect our wildlife now more than ever.”
“FoGR has an excellent reputation in the environmental field.”
– Peter Galvin, Center for Biological Diversity
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Friends of Gualala River
P.O. Box 1543
Gualala, CA 95445
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