Friends of Purdon Crossing Project, The Hub for Direct Community Action at the Purdon Crossing trailhead along the South Yuba River State Park through volunteer efforts, reduce the impact of human and canine waste in the water and surrounding forest, remove trash and garbage and improve community awareness and education of the need for sanitary habits in the river watershed.

"Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth." — Abraham Lincoln

"President Lincoln would have been pleased to know funding from this CSPF grant made a huge impact by supporting our community driven environmental effort dedicated to keeping the great Yuba River watershed clean and healthy. The Hub for Direct Community Action's Friends of Purdon project and it's collaboration with the California State Parks, the Bureau of Land Management, private land owners, and sister non-profit South Yuba River Citizen's League (SYRCL) stands as a shining example of how important issues which face our great outdoors can solved when we all work together." 
— Friends of Purdon project manager, Markus Keicher

California State Parks Foundation

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