Save Mount Diablo is protecting a national park-sized wilderness right here in the Bay Area for you, wildlife and future generations to enjoy.
The Regional Parks Foundation’s sole purpose is to support the East Bay Regional Park District, which serves the East Bay through preserving the environment, providing opportunities for outdoor recreation, and offering environmental education. One of the Foundation’s top priorities is to ensure that underserved populations have equal access to the East Bay Regional Park District […]
John Muir Land Trust permanently protects and cares for East Bay open space, ranches, farms, parkland and shoreline. We believe that the vitality of our open spaces is essential to the health of our earth, air, water and our native plants and animals and all of us. Our vision is to ensure that the beauty, […]
The Benicia Tree Foundation is working to provide the community resources to help improve and manage trees on private land. City government is limited to improving and managing public lands but, obviously, that leaves many areas of the community without resources to address tree concerns
Save The Bay is the largest regional organization working to protect, restore and celebrate San Francisco Bay. As its leading champion since 1961, Save The Bay protects the Bay from pollution and inappropriate shoreline development, making it cleaner and healthier for people and wildlife.
Urban Releaf is committed to the revitalization of our communities through tree planting, garden projects and environmental education. Tree lined streets have been proven to be a viable necessity in most neighborhood planning and development efforts. Urban Releaf understands that tree planting is an important service in continuing the effort to beautify our communities.
The Conservancy’s mission is “to permanently protect the fertile soils, rangelands, open space and biological resources, and to support a viable agricultural economy, in the Tri Valley area. The Conservancy accomplishes this mission by providing landowners with a flexible, voluntary alternative to subdividing or developing their property.
San Francisco parks and green open spaces are deserving of a world-class, independent nonprofit organization which holds the vision for our parks, aligns community needs and civic engagement with accountable City government management, and supports parks improvement through philanthropic investments.The ongoing lack of adequate public funding and the corresponding decline in park conditions and amenities […]