Our Annual Events

CRWP partners with the community and hosts several events throughout the year in celebration of our region and watershed. Our events support salmon and sustainability. Come celebrate with us at our Annual Wild Harvest Feast, Wild Food Feast & Film Festival and our Wild Salmon Watershed Dinner Series.

Earth Day Weekend Celebration: Wild & Scenic Film Festival and Watercolor Workshops

This year we have partnered with the iconic Wild and Scenic Film Festival, the Net Loft, and Cordova Gear to bring you a safe and fun Earth Day celebration weekend!

On April 22, 2022 there will be an in-person film festival event for Cordova community members and the event will also be LIVE-streamed so that the films can also be enjoyed from the comfort of your home, no matter where you live! We have selected films that we feel celebrate and advocate for the environment, fish, social justice, and wild spaces for future generations. Following the film festival on Saturday, April 23rd the Net Loft and Cordova Gear will be hosting watercolor workshops with Max Romey – film maker of the film, “To Give a Beach a Bottle” which will be featured during the film festival!

Wild Watershed Fall Fundraiser, October 2021

For CRWP’s annual fall fundraising event, you are invited to join us in celebrating Copper River salmon and the watershed that raises them by tuning in for a two-part Wild Salmon Cooking Series we are hosting in partnership with Sena Sea. Check out all the details!

In 2020 we held an online fundraising gathering where folks connected with the watershed virtually through documentary-style video footage featuring interviews from community members in the watershed. View the documentary here!

CRWP Events

Eyak Lake Cleanup Day

Summer 2022 will be our 7th annual Eyak Lake Clean-up Day!

If you are interested in volunteering in the please send us an e-mail for more information.


Copper Basin Invasive Weed SMACKDOWN

Join us in 2022 to help control white sweet clover on our local roadways. This invasive weed spreads quickly on roads and streams, chokes out native plants, and compromises wildlife habitat. Learn about invasive weeds and have some fun working alongside friends and neighbors!


Visit our Community Festivals page for more events in the Copper River Watershed!