Wolf Creek (Daspin Seo in Nisenan) is a tributary of the Bear
River that runs through Grass Valley, California. The creek is a priceless
but neglected resource.
Wolf Creek Community Alliance, a volunteer-run 501c3 non-profit organization,
exists to protect, enhance, and restore Wolf
Creek, its tributaries and watershed.
To PRESERVE and PROTECT the creek and its watershed for the benefit of present and future generations
To ENGENDER community STEWARDSHIP of the creek and its watershed
To RESTORE the creek to a condition of optimal health and integrity
To MONITOR the physical, chemical, and biological condition of the creek
To THRIVE as an organization and thereby have a long-lasting presence and effect in the watershed
We work with several local organizations and agencies that share some
of our goals. See a list of partners and affiliates.
If you want to be notified about any accidental release of wastewater into Wolf Creek,
email Meghan Schwartz, Dept. of Environmental Health, or
call her at 530-265-1348 or 530-265-1222.
2013 Wolf Creek monitoring calendar
This year's water quality monitoring and stewardship days are listed
for your convenient reference (scroll up if you are interested in becoming a monitor).
California Citizen Monitoring Calendar
This project of the state Water Resources Control Board highlights
events in 2013 that are relevant to citizen water monitors. Lots of pertinent information!
Go to the
WRCB site to see the calendar
What's special about Wolf Creek?
We've compiled a list of some of the attributes that make Wolf Creek more than worthy
of our work on its behalf | View the factsheet (PDF) |
Download the PowerPoint presentation (PPT)
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