News & Updates
Current efforts and updates on 3FIA’s interpretive efforts in the Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests.
TOP PHOTO: Bill and Piper Roberson performing at Pinecrest A large group of friends gathered recently at Sierra Waldorf School in Tuolumne County to honor the life of a much beloved member of the local community. Long time teacher, entertainer, and school...read more
Connecting Youth with Nature Over one thousand fourth graders visited and learned more about the Stanislaus National Forest thanks to a grant sponsored outreach and engagement program presented by 3FIA, the Tuolumne River Trust and the Stanislaus National Forest. For...read more
Many visitors to Wilderness areas are profoundly touched by these wild places. Experiencing the Wilderness first-hand often leads to a desire to contribute to its preservation. Inspired visitors want to ensure that future generations are able to enjoy these sacred...read more
Paying Tribute to Giants Volunteers assembled August 24th at the Trail of 100 Giants in the Giant Sequoia National Monument to install a set of four new information boards at the Trailhead. The workday was organized by the Giant Sequoia National Monument Association...read more
The 3 Forests region is home to four of the nation's National Wild and Scenic Rivers. The Tuolumne, Merced, Kings, and Kern rivers all have been recognized and are protected by this federal designation. To help celebrate the Wild & Scenic River System's 50th...read more
Community Collaboration Brings New Life to Favorite Trail Along the canyon wall above the North Fork of the Tuolumne River, a unique, highly-accessible public trail winds for five miles through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Offering stunning vistas of the river below,...read more