Alameda Creek Alliance
The Alameda Creek Alliance is a volunteer based community watershed group working to restore native steelhead trout to Alameda Creek.
To protect and restore wild trout and steelhead waters throughout California
California Public Interest Research Group
CALPIRG functions in the interest of the California public, concering itself with issues including:
- Clean Energy
- Save Our Coasts
- Healthy Schools
- Toxics Program
- Ballona Wetlands
- Safe Fertilizers
- Consumer Program
California Sportfishing Protection Alliance
CSPA is a non profit organization with tax exempt status that fights for water for fish. See below to become a member or make a donation.Your involvement and money can make a difference for the fish and fishing quality in California.
California State Parks
California Department of Parks and Recreation manages more than 260 park units, which contain the finest and most diverse collection of natural, cultural, and recreational resources to be found within California. These treasures are as diverse as California: From the last stands of primeval redwood forests to vast expanses of fragile desert; from the lofty Sierra Nevada to the broad sandy beaches of our southern coast; and from the opulence of Hearst Castle to the vestiges of colonial Russia.
Environmental Working Group
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is a not-for-profit environmental research organization dedicated to improving public health and protecting the environment by reducing pollution in air, water and food.
Federation of Fly Fishers
The Federation of Fly Fishers is a unique non-profit organization concerned with sport fishing and fisheries.
Friends of Cal-Ore Fish
Friends of the River
Friends of the River was founded in 1973 during the struggle to save the Stanislaus River from New Melones Dam. Following that campaign, the organization grew to become California's statewide river conservation group. Friends of the River is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring California's rivers, streams, and their watersheds. The organization accomplishes its mission by providing public education, citizen activist training and organizing, and expert advocacy to influence public policy decisions on land, water, and energy management issues.
Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
Works to preserve and restore the richness of the Laguna's natural resources, and to provide opportunities for the public to learn about the ecology and cultural history of the Laguna and enjoy its beauty.
MCSTOPPP is an acronym for the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program. Formed in 1993, MCSTOPPP is a joint effort of Marin's cities, towns and unincorporated areas to:
- prevent stormwater pollution
- protect and enhance water quality in creeks and wetlands
- preserve beneficial uses of local waterways
- comply with State and Federal regulations
Open Space Water Resource Protection & Land Use Foundation
Sonoma County Conservation Action
Sonoma County Conservation Action (SCCA) stands for participatory democracy and for the protection and enhancement of the diversity, vitality, and beauty of the natural systems that surround us. SCCA works to increase participation by ordinary citizens so that local government will become more accountable to the environmental values that most Sonoma County residents share.