Our Guiding Vision: Is of a future where our people and all people may once again drink safely from clean and clear, flowing waters; hunt from healthy herds of elk and deer; and harvest salmon and abalone from resilient fisheries; behold and pray to a self-sustaining population of condors and eagles soaring the ridges and valleys; witness the sky darken with geese rising off our healthy lakes and wetlands; rest assured that those who have passed may rest in peace; and know their connection to land because they live connected to the land.
CWCA’s mission is to preserve and protect coastal watersheds through community stewardship, education and monitoring.
Ecology Action is a nonprofit environmental consultancy that helps people create positive change for the community, the economy, and the environment.
Founded in 1976, the Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and enhancement of the native salmon and steelhead populations of the greater Monterey Bay area. Our genetic conservation and recovery hatchery can sustain and rebuild the unique races of salmonids native to the greater Monterey Bay Region.
The Otter Project protects our watersheds and coastal oceans for the benefit of California sea otters and humans through science-based policy and advocacy.
The Sierra Club mission is “To explore, enjoy and protect the planet. To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out those objectives.” Our SC group offers opportunities for local involvement, activism and outings.
The Valley Women’s Club is dedicated to community action, awareness and leadership in environmental, educational, social, and political concerns that affect the health and welfare of the San Lorenzo Valley and our community.
Watsonville Wetlands Watch is dedicated to the protection, restoration, and appreciation of the wetlands of Pajaro Valley, especially by involving members of the Watsonville community and students of the PV Unified School District.