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Support Wolf Creek

The people of Grass Valley have a unique opportunity to come together around an issue that can positively affect us all.

Wolf Creek runs through the center of town parallel to Highway 49. Much of the creek is in culverts under blacktop, or contained by cement embankments. With the cooperation of property owners, government and the community, we can carefully restore the creek and trails to create a focal point for recreation, commerce, education and relaxation.

Thank you, Steve Enos and the City Council, for your vision and leadership regarding this natural resource!

If you would like to find out more about Wolf Creek, you can visit the Wolf Creek Community Alliance website at If you are interested in helping with water-quality monitoring, call 477-7402.

Wolf Creek is a part of our legacy to our children and to our grandchildrenet us seize this opportunity to work together as a community for this better purpose.

Michael McDonald

WCCA Member

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