FOLFAN (Friends of Lakes Folsom and Natoma) is a State Park Cooperating Association for the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. Its mission is: "Enhancing education and recreation opportunities for the public and protecting the wonders and resources of Lakes Folsom and Natoma"
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Coming Events!

Fun-Raiser at Pete's - Oct. 6th
FOLFAN will be hosting our first fund raising event on the patio at Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, 6608 Folsom-Auburn Rd in Folsom. The event will run from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Tuesday, October 6th. Pete's beautiful courtyard overlooking Hinkle Creek will be ours for the evening, so bring your friends and family and have a great time! A portion of what you pay Pete's for your food and beverages will be donated back to FOLFAN.

A Call for Volunteers

FOLFAN (Friends of Lakes Folsom and Natoma) is calling for volunteers to assist with an important educational project designed to help protect the natural and cultural resources at the historic Red Bank/Mormon Island pioneer community at Folsom Lake State Park. If you may be interested, contact Jim Cassio at (916) 320-4944 for more information and to sign up for a free volunteer interpretive training session.

Saving California’s salmon during a severe drought
By Peter Moyle

California is in one of the most severe droughts in recent years. This means water agencies are under great pressure to sacrifice river flows meant to sustain fish and wildlife for increased water delivery to farms and cities. Here are some questions decision-makers should consider in the tradeoff.  more