Dungeness River Festival

Published on September 14, 2017 under Event
Dungeness River Festival

Inspiring understanding, enjoyment, and stewardship of the Olympic Peninsula’s unique natural and cultural resources is a pillar of the work we due at ,and for, the River Center.  Along with accessibility it is also behind what makes the River Festival, September 29th, such a special event for our community.  The River Festival highlights those “resources” by providing a free platform for organizations and agencies to share their work and inspire all generations to what an amazing story the Dungeness River can tell!

Like many watersheds the Dungeness has a complex ecological story that has to be told and experienced by many different people to understand.  The River Festival gives people the chance to hear from the people that are both exploring and creating the story of the Dungeness.  US Forest Service, NOAA, National Park Service, PTC, Back Country Horsemen, Clallam County, BEACH, and NOLT are just a few of the many agencies that will be on hand to share, demonstrate and answer questions about our watershed and the Olympic Peninsula’s natural resources.

Please mark your calendar and make a plan to come down and learn even more about the area you love.  If you have questions about the festival, are interested in helping out, or you know of group that would be a good fit at the festival, please contact the River Center at 360-681-4076 or email



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