Improving our quality of life and protecting the natural beauty of Sonoma County for all generations.
Through education and grassroots organizing, Conservation Action engages with the public on environmental issues and policies that affect Sonoma County, influencing the way our area will be shaped for years to come.
Fighting the Good Fight
For more than 25 years, those of us who love the place we live, work, and play have been mobilizing and giving voice to our environmentally concerned residents by:
We exist to mobilize and give voice to all of our environmentally concerned residents, encouraging action that will be seen and felt in our communities for years to come. You can help keep our organization one of the most politically effective groups in the area by donating or volunteering today. Please view our successes, volunteer opportunities, and Political Action Committee pages to learn more about how you can become an environmental steward for Sonoma County!
In the News
On the eve of the big U.N. Summit in Paris, the Climate Movement is taking to the streets. We need to stand up for the earth and make our voices heard. We are sending buses from Sonoma County to Oakland for the Climate March on November 21. Be a part of this global grassroots action and reserve your bus seat today.
Are you familiar with the Trans-Pacific Partnership? It’s a trade agreement between multiple countries that seeks to lower trade barriers and protect the interests of multinational corporations, often at the expense of consumers, the environment, and local workers.
In 2013, Sonoma County denied State Parks’ coastal permit application requesting the installation of pay stations that would charge a fee to park at several Bodega Bay and other Sonoma Coast beaches. Many of these publicly-accessible and free beaches are enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, and nearly everyone surveyed voices strong disapproval for “iron rangers,” or automated machines to collect payment, many of which take only cash. The message was clear then, as it is now: Sonoma County wants to keep our beaches free.
Here at Conservation Action, we’ve been long-dedicated to fighting for the preservation of open space and community separators. Protecting Sonoma County land isn’t only about preserving its natural beauty for future generations – it’s also about maintaining the charm of our cities, protecting our rural heritage, and standing strong for the interests of our citizens.