Wolf Creek begins above Grass Valley, California, flows through the city, turns roughly south, and eventually joins the Bear River at Nevada County’s southern border. The creek and its tributaries drain a significant portion of southwestern Nevada County. Wolf Creek has historically been neglected and under-appreciated, but that has begun to change as Wolf Creek Community Alliance works to preserve and protect Wolf Creek and its watershed for the benefit of present and future generations.
Bennett Meadow Work Day. Meet 10 am on Saturday, November 14, at the 1st pullout on Bennett St. after the school bus yard to pull English ivy and do other restoration work. Refreshments provided. Bring a water bottle and gloves and wear sturdy shoes and clothes.
Watch A Creek Runs Through It. This 12-minute video, shown at the SYRCL Wild and Scenic Film Festival, explores Wolf Creek's hidden values and the potential it holds for adding value to the Grass Valley community if it is restored. Follow this link to watch it on Youtube.
Watch the 4-minute video Come Join Wolf Creek, which introduces Wolf Creek, WCCA, and the organization's work. Follow this link to watch it on Youtube.
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