Evening Primrose at Antioch DunesPhoto above by USFWS

Building Partnerships

Partners LogoIn addition to forming partnerships with private landowners, the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program and the Coastal Program work with private organizations, and local, state and other Federal government programs.

It is common to have multiple partners participating in the same project. Working together allows us to develop and fund more restoration projects and incorporate our local partner's expertise.

Listed below are some of the organizations* we have partnered with in the past to support habitat restoration in California.

Audubon California www.ca.audubon.org/
Audubon Canyon Ranch www.egret.org/
The Bay Institute www.bay.org/
California Association of Resource Conservation Districts www.carcd.org/
California Department of Fish and Game www.dfg.ca.gov/
California Rangeland Conservation Coalition http://carangeland.org/
California Waterfowl www.calwaterfowl.org/
Center for Land Based Learning www.landbasedlearning.org/
Cosumnes River Preserve www.cosumnes.org/
Ducks Unlimited www.ducks.org/california
Friends of Corte Madera Creek www.friendsofcortemaderacreek.org/
Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation www.lagunadesantarosa.org/
Marin Audubon www.marinaudubon.org/
Natural Resources Conservation Service www.nrcs.usda.gov/
Nature Conservancy www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/
Peninsula Open Space Trust www.openspacetrust.org/
Point Reyes Bird Observatory www.prbo.org/cms/index.php
Richardson Bay Audubon Sanctuary http://www.tiburonaudubon.org/
River Partners www.riverpartners.org/
Russian Riverkeeper www.russianriverkeeper.org/
Sonoma Ecology Center www.sonomaecologycenter.org/
Sonoma Land Trust www.sonomalandtrust.org/

*We do not control the content or policies of their websites.