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July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Tuolumne River Trust promotes the stewardship of the Tuolumne River and its tributaries to ensure a healthy watershed. The river is outside Bay Nature's coverage area, but much its water is diverted to supply the customers of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.

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Paddling to the sea

May 14, 2012 by Paul Epstein

Jessie Raeder was an energetic high school student when a bitter dispute erupted over the use of chemicals to eradicate pike in Lake Davis in favor of native trout. Nowadays she's director of Paddle to the Sea, a month long "paddle-a-thon" that begins in June and runs the 241-mile length the Tuolumne River from the Sierras to the San Francisco Bay. The goal: raise awareness and money for the river's benefactor, the Tuolumne River Trust.

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Paddle with the Salmon on the Tuolumne

November 08, 2011 by Linda Silvey

A remarkable event happens every year along the Tuolumne River, but sadly, very few people know about it: Chinook salmon run up the river to their spawning grounds, and the canoes of the Tuolumne River Trust are there to meet them. You could join them this weekend.

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