Make it a Match!
Have you ever presented a fly to a Westslope-cutthroat trout in the cool waters of Kelly or Cayuse Creeks? Maybe you’ve tread along the ancient trails of the Nimiipuu through the Weitas Creek Roadless Area? Does the sight of river otters diving for salmon on the Selway River intrigue you?
Now is the time to turn wildland memories into meaningful memberships!
Thanks to the assistance of a wildland advocate, new memberships and first-time donations of any amount to Friends of the Clearwater will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000!
Transform a $25 membership into $50 or double a new financial gift of any amount from now until December 31, 2017!
For 30 years, Friends of the Clearwater has kept steady pressure on federal agencies to honor our public land laws. We are committed to protecting the 2,000 river and tributary miles flowing through the 4-million acres of roadless country, designated Wilderness, and winding forested front-country.
FOC will continue to do this by participating in the Forest Plan Revision process and through site-specific project analysis on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests. Please consider helping us protect the wildest intact ecosystem left in the Lower 48.
To learn more about building your personal defense for wild places through high-impact membership, click here!
Attend the Annual Meeting & Gathering
It’s time to celebrate our collective accomplishments this Saturday November 4 with a community potluck, silent auction, awards ceremony, board elections, cash bar and live music with local musicians Gary Reed and Wes Bascom. Join us from 6 – 9pm in the Great Room of the 1912 Center, located at 412 E. Third Street in Moscow, for this free event that is open to the public.
We value all kinds and levels of support!
Membership and Development Director