Protect American River Canyons

Let river theme flow in town

Protect American River Canyons would like to thank all the participants, sponsors and donors for joining PARC in making this year’s river village at the Confluence Festival such ...

Nature’s inspiration

In its 18th year, the American River Confluence Festival attracted crowds to Auburn’s Overlook Park Sunday to participate in numerous activities on the American River and in the ...

China Bar opens for free day-use

China Bar White Water Recreation Area on the American River in the canyon below Auburn will be opened up for free day-use today, giving the public a chance to experience the rush o ...

Lending a helping hand makes Auburn community stronger

Those who selflessly give of their time and resources to make our community a better place deserve recognition. We plan to highlight their good works in future editions of the Aub ...

Paddle Safety Day mixes fun, instruction

A free Paddle Safety Day gave youngsters and adults the chance to try out kayaking Sunday on the placid waters of Upper Lake Clementine, off Foresthill Road. Members of Protect Am ...

Thanks to the community for Earth Day support

Protect American River Canyons and California State Parks would like to thank all the volunteers and donors who came out to celebrate Earth Day by cleaning up trash along the Ameri ...

Scour power

Talk about spring cleaning. More than 100 volunteers got a workout Saturday morning collecting trash, rubble and recyclables during the American River cleanup at the American River ...