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Welcome

Rivers for Change is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit made up of a passionate group of river enthusiasts dedicated to changing the way people think about and interact with water. Through adventure, conservation and education we work to connect individuals and communities to rivers and promote source to sea literacy.

We envision a world where people and communities are active stewards of river systems with a holistic understanding of their interconnectedness and interdependence.

Get Involved!

Rivers for Change is a mostly volunteer run organization. We are always looking for new individuals and ways to help create opportunities to unite people to rivers through shared experience, story, and media.

Join us at one of our EVENTS throughout the year or help out behind the scenes.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and sign up for our Newsletter.

December Newsletter! Thank you for a Wonderful Year! Join the Journey.

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The Latest News and Upcoming Events

Feb 4thWild and Scenic Film Festival on Tour-in conjunction with Sea Trek at the Bay Model, Sausalito, CA. Tickets on sale now!

June 11th, 2016: Registration is open for the 4th Annual California 100! A hundred mile ultra-marathon paddle race on the Sacramento River from Redding to Chico. In 2016 we are adding approximately 25 and 50 mile options- no excuses! Check out Photos, Video and Blogs from past year’s events!

Latest Expeditions and Press:

Jan 7, 2016: California 100 gets an Honorable Mention in Cali Paddler’s Bucket List of top California paddles! Yes, we love the Sacramento River!

Oct 6-18th, 2015-RFC Board Members, Matt Palmariello and Danielle Katz completed a 192mile SUP Source to Sea down Maine’s Androscoggin River. Catch up with their journey on social media and the RFC blog.

Nov 3, 2016: Danielle Katz interviewed on the KWMR’s Rise and Shine Show (joins 11min in) about the Androscoggin Source to Sea.

Oct 16th, 2015: SUP source to Sea on the Androscoggin River featured in the Sun Journal.

March 16th, 2015: California 100 and Rivers for Change is featured on the local KRCRTV channel.

In June of 2014, we joined CNN Journalist John D Sutter (@jdsutter) for a section of the San Joaquin River.