Environmental Organizations 

Conservation Action Fund for Education:

CAFE is a non-profit {501(c)3} education, advocacy and research organization serving the North Coast region of California.Our primary mission is to educate, engage and empower the public regarding sustainability and the environment.

Environmental Center of Sonoma County:

SCCC is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the quality of the environment for the general public in Sonoma County. To this end, members share organizational resources and coordinate study and action. Objectives shall include, but not be limited to, the protection of the natural environment, and the publication and dissemination of educational information relative to environmental concerns of its member organizations.

Coalition for a Better Sonoma County:

The Coalition for a Better Sonoma County is a PAC that brings together organizations, groups and individuals to work toward a common goal – to ensure that our local government acts for the benefit of all the people, not just for the benefit of big money interests.

Sonoma County Conservation Council:

SCCC is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the quality of the environment for the general public in Sonoma County. To this end, members share organizational resources and coordinate study and action. Objectives shall include, but not be limited to, the protection of the natural environment, and the publication and dissemination of educational information relative to environmental concerns of its member organizations.

Greenbelt Alliance:

We envision a Bay Area where the natural and agricultural lands that provide so much to our region are protected and where everyone can live in a thriving neighborhood that they are proud to call home. For more than 60 years, we have shaped the amazing places of the Bay Area.

Great Communities Collaborative:

The GCC Equitable and Sustainable Communities Principles are a values statement designed to ground the GCC network in a way that centers low-income communities and communities of color. We believe that equitable and sustainable communities are defined by the inclusion of: affordable housing, transit, community driven land uses and the centering of low income communities and communities of color such that they can stay in place and thrive in the face of economic and climate pressures.

Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation:

Founded in 1989, the Laguna Foundation is a place-based organization focused on the Laguna de Santa Rosa and the surrounding wetland communities. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit with the mission to restore and conserve the Laguna de Santa Rosa, and to inspire public appreciation of this Wetland of International Importance.

The Leadership Institute for Ecology and Economy:

Participants in this program deepen their effectiveness as values aligned leaders, sharpen their skills in civic engagement, and meet inspiring change makers working across social, environmental, and economic sectors. Over the course of 10 months, cohorts establish genuine relationships and a system of support with a diverse array of cross-sector leaders, graduating into a network of 500+ Fellows.

ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives):

ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is a global network of more than 1,750 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development. Active in 100+ countries, we influence sustainability policy and drive local action for low emission, nature-based, equitable, resilient and circular development. Our Members and team of experts work together through peer exchange, partnerships and capacity building to create systemic change for urban sustainability.

Agricultural Preservation and Open Space Protection:

The Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District permanently protects the diverse agricultural, natural resource, and scenic open space lands of Sonoma County for future generations.

Sierra Club Sonoma Chapter:

The Sonoma Group is part of the Redwood Chapter, and is made up of Sierra Club members who live in Sonoma County. The Sierra Club is a grass­roots, volunteer-­led organization. We invite you to find out more about our local activities and how you can be involved.

Friends of the Eel River:

In 1994 a small group of dedicated Eel River enthusiasts came together to intervene in proceedings of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). This was the start of Friends of the Eel River and our journey to save the Eel River’s struggling salmon and steelhead.

Russian Riverkeeper:

In 2001, Russian Riverkeeper was launched as the 65th member of The Waterkeeper Alliance, an international grassroots advocacy coalition of over 250 Waterkeeper organizations. Waterkeeper members are all locally directed and funded with a common purpose to preserve our rights to fishable, swimmable and drinkable waterways free of pollution.

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center:

The Occidental Arts & Ecology Center (OAEC) is an 80-acre research, demonstration, education, advocacy and community-organizing center in West Sonoma County, California that develops strategies for regional-scale community resilience and the restoration of biological and cultural diversity.

Sustainable Sonoma County:

Sustainable Sonoma is currently focused on the issue of housing affordability, bringing the Sonoma Valley community’s different sectors to increase, improve and preserve housing that is affordable, for people who live or work in the Valley, within already developed areas, to create diverse safe, complete neighborhoods.


LITE’s mission is to motivate individuals, groups, businesses and even whole communities to live lightly and more efficiently. A Sonoma County based activist group initially incorporated as Car-Lite, we promote simple, sustainable practices with significant consequences – such as driving less, walking and biking, carpooling and taking public transit as well as consuming less, reusing and recycling, buying fresh and local, growing your own food and greening your business.

Forestville Citizens for Sensible Growth:

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Other Local Friends

Daily Acts

The Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County:

League of Women Voters:

SMART (Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit):

TransForm (Formerly TALC):

Sonoma County Transportation and Land Use Coalition:

NEWS (New Economy Working Solutions):

SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Northern California:

Community Alliance with Family Farmers:

Living Wage Coalition of Sonoma County:

KRCB Radio and TV:

Community Clean Water Institute (CCWI):


More Environmental Groups in Sonoma County:

California Native Plant Society, Milo Baker Chapter:


Garbage Reincarnation, Inc:

Madrone Audubon Society:

Russian River Watershed Protection Committee:

Sonoma Land Trust:

Sustainable Futures:

Trout Unlimited, North Bay Chapter:

Trout Unlimited, Redwood Empire:

Solar Sebastopol:

Sonoma Ecology Center:

Russian River Watershed Council:

Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition: