This video was shot on the south fork of the Yuba River on a weekender trip at Source to Sea. Read below for more details about Source to Sea.
Source to Sea is a dynamic, evolving community of Northern California artists, activists, and ecologists who find inspiration in the life cycle of salmon and the bioregional connections of our local watersheds. We promote an artful back-and-forth integration from the headwaters of the Yuba River to where San Francisco Bay spills into the Pacific Ocean. This extended “watershed” is our map for a new, vibrant “culture-shed” integrating urban and rural peoples and their projects into meaningful, shared, visionary, ways of living.
The Yuba Libre Land Project is 22 acres of beautiful, undeveloped land near a wild stretch of the South Yuba River. The collective stewards of this land—the Source to Sea community—serve as ecological gatekeepers to this unique section of the Yuba River and its adjacent meadows and conifer forests. This land was purchased in September of 2009 and now is the site for a fledgling, collectively implemented project integrating ecological stewardship with the generative process of bringing Bay Area artists, teachers, and activists into the Sierra foothills.
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