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Conservation Chairman

Protect American River Canyons
P.O. Box 9312
Auburn , California 95604
United States

Company Description: PARC, founded in 1972 to oppose the proposed Auburn Dam, is active in the local community. Our accomplishments include: Publishing the American River Insider's...   more

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PARC - About PARC, 23 Jan 2015 [cached]
Eric Peach Educator, Artist, Business Owner
PARC Newsletter: The Confluence Spring 2003 page 1, 23 Jan 2015 [cached]
Jeff Butler of PG&E and Bill Cullison of State Parks Foundation present check to Eric Peach of PARC and Jill Dampier of ASRA
That is why Eric Peach, Protect American River Canyons' Conservation Chairman, said he appreciates the $750 check PG&E gave to PARC Saturday. "This is a real turning point for us," Peach said as he stood in a crowd of about 100 people at 9 a.m. Saturday morning. "With this big crowd, we can accomplish more. We usually focus under the (Foresthill Bridge) and Confluence but there are teams going in the outlying area and some will be rafting down the river."
Peach said the $750 donation would buy nets bags, clean up supplies, would help pay for the printing of trail brochures and youth activities. "We need to get the trash cleaned up so we can focus on education," he said.
PARC Newsletter: The Confluence Winter 2005 page 1, 23 Jan 2015 [cached]
Accompanied by science teacher Pam Wirsch, PARC representative Eric Peach, and geologist Laird Thompson, they had the chance to identify various plant species along the way and gain some insight into the "Jurassic Park" geology of the area.
Eric Peach, coordinator for ..., 27 Sept 2010 [cached]
Eric Peach, coordinator for Protect American River Canyons, which has three cleanup sites scheduled for Saturday, said his group has pulled couches, electronics and even a jet ski out from under the Foresthill Bridge.
Call: Eric Peach at (530) 885-8878 to volunteer with Protect American River Canyons, William Templin at (916) 601-9954 to volunteer with the Upper American River Foundation, Jessica Aviña at (530) 887-9222 to volunteer with the Placer Land Trust.
river cleanup, Great Sierra River Cleanup, volunteer, Brittany Juergenson, American River, Confluence, Foresthill Bridge, Protect American River Canyons, Placer Land Trust, Upper American River Foundation, Eric Peach, William Templin, Jessica Avina, Patrice Taylor, Mara Noelle, education, waterways
"It's exciting, way beyond our wildest ..., 7 June 2008 [cached]
"It's exciting, way beyond our wildest expectations," said Eric Peach, Protect American River Canyons' conservation coordinator.
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