Tuolumne River Trust
We are the voice of the river. The Tuolumne [Too-all-oh-me] River Trust is an environmental nonprofit representing the Tuolumne River from its headwaters in the Sierra Nevada, through the Central Valley, and all the way to San Francisco Bay.
We are fighting for the river so that it will once again teem with fish and wildlife and be safe for drinking, fishing, and swimming for generations to come.
We are funded by members and people like you. Since 1981, we have promoted river stewardship through advocacy, collaboration, education, and restoration projects.
March 1 at 12am-11pm
Rim Fire Restoration Tree Planting – Volunteer Opportunity Learn More
March 27 at 5pm-7pm
The Spring 2017 Report on the Sierra Nevada’s Rain, Snowpack, Trees, Water, Ecosystems, and Climate Change Learn More
April 22 at 9am-3pm
City of Palo Alto – Great Race for Saving Water & Earth Day Festival Learn More
Help us advocate, educate and restore the Tuolumne River.
"If you spend time in nature, then you see the impact we’re having – that’ll ring more true than any policy change. When people realize it’s important, they’ll protect it.”