Columbia River Source to Sea

July - October  Claire Dibble, 2019 Source to Sea Grant Recipient, paddled the Columbia River from Source to Sea

Mississippi River Source to Sea

Beginning in August, LoaAnne Harris paddled the entire length of the Mississippi River and was a 2019 Source to Sea Grant Recipient.

International River & Coastal Cleanup Day

Rivers For Change will be on the water with The Watershed Project for our 8th annual event. If you can’t join us, there are opportunities happening around the world that day,...

Source to Sea Stories Episode 1

Source to Sea Stories: Adventure Episode Moderated by National Geographic Explorer and CNN Climate Analyst John Sutter Panelists: Hayley Stuart, LouAnne Harris, and Claire Dibble

Source to Sea Stories Episode 2

Source to Sea Stories: Ultra-Distance Racing — Women Speak and The Yukon and Beyond Listens Moderated by Amy Byers. Panelists: Emily Matthews, Brooke Ramsay & Heidi Virtanen of Huptown Girls

Source to Sea Stories Episode 3

Source to Sea Stories: Science & Conservation — Saving Salmon Country, The Story of Dam Removal on the Klamath River

Full Moon Fundraiser

Full Moon Fundraising Paddle with Sea Trek Cares. Join us on the water for a moonlit paddle on the Bay for a fundraiser for our Source to Sea Grants and...

#veganuary

Veganuary is the world’s largest vegan movement, inspiring people to try vegan for January and throughout the rest of the year.  More at veganuary.com/en-us/

World Wetlands Day

2 February each year is World Wetlands Day to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and our planet. This day also marks the date of...

International Day of Action for Rivers

The International Day of Action for Rivers is a day dedicated to solidarity – when diverse communities around the world come together with one voice to say that rivers matter....

Sacramento River Source to Sea

In the spring of 2021, three curious and adventurous women will launch packrafts at the headwaters of the Sacramento River and trace its journey to the Pacific Ocean. On an...

World Water Day

2021 Valuing Water.  Visit worldwaterday.org for more info. Water means different things to different people.  This conversation is about what water means to you. How is water important to your...

Earth Hour

Every year, at 8:30 pm on the last Saturday of March, millions of people across the world join in raising awareness of the issues facing our planet. But Earth Hour...