Oyster Cup Benefiting The Freshwater Trust – Petaluma, California – August 24
Cerro Pampa Polo Club, located in beautiful Petaluma, California, and just 40 minutes north of San Francisco, was founded in 1997. Its founding members were a group of polo player friends from University of Virginia and Yale who were passionate about polo and wanted to continue polo as a part of their post-collegiate lives. The farm that is now home to the polo field has a history operating as a local dairy ranch. This year, the beneficiary of the tournament is The Freshwater Trust.
Immerse 2020 – A Benefit for The Freshwater Trust – March 5
We’re doing it again. Last year at Immerse, we brought the world of river restoration and conservation to those who support it through large-scale imagery, video and virtual reality experiences. In 2020, we’re continuing our “Immerse” theme and providing an insider’s look behind the scenes with augmented reality and other hands on experiences. This evening is a chance to celebrate our community of supporters and the work we’re able to do for rivers you love.
Upstream Society Events
The Upstream Society honors donors who contribute $1,000 or more to The Freshwater Trust within one calendar year. Members belong to a distinctive community of generous and conservation-minded friends who share an understanding for the need to protect and restore freshwater. Throughout the year, The Freshwater Trust hosts a number of exclusive events and opportunities for this group.