Educational tour and interactive site with photos and sounds of birds, wildlife, and landscapes.
Drowning the Dream, California's Water Choices at the Millennium - an environmental history of the state, focusing on water, population, and environmental change. Mono Lake Viewpoint - essays about an inland sea.
Non-profit research and educational organization studying the chaparral biome, Mediterranean climates, and wildfire.
Regional chapter of non-profit international professional membership organization for people researching, practicing, or interested in this field.
Information on state initiatives to develop and implement strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Committed to restoring California's coast through sand replenishment, increasing the flow of natural sediment, wetlands recovery and improved water quality.
An association of agencies coordinating the consistent implementation of hazardous materials regulatory programs in the state of California.
Includes information on fire safety, the state fire plan, and resource management programs.
Conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. Includes calendar, regions and events page, news, photos, membership application and contact information.
Created to protect, restore and advocate the state's shoreline. Page includes list of conferences, past publications and membership information.
Narrative written by the State Climatologists and published by the National Climatic Data Center.
Tasked with developing programs and resources to reduce greenhouse gases. Includes a carbon footprint calculator and tips to save energy. [English, Spanish]
Contains information about dams in the state, with technical references, statutes and regulations.
A cooperative effort of environmental scientists at the University of California, Davis and collaborators at over thirty private, state, federal, and international organizations interested in environmental protection.
A environmental organization dedicated to the "Restoration of Ecolibrium" through the preservation of endangered and threatened plants. A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation.
Ecosystem knowledge center based in Bolinas, aiming to increase environmental awareness through science, art, education, and applied conservation. Overview of projects and staff.
Seeks to protect the California environment through state legislation, the administrative process, and through statewide ballot measures.
Working with others to conserve fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats in California's Central Valley, Sierra Nevada, and San Francisco Bay areas.
promotes the preservation of land and/or buildings for historic, educational, ecological, recreational, scenic, or open space opportunities.
To protect natural, scenic, agricultural, and historic lands of the southern Sierra Foothills and Tulare Valley through stewardship, restoration and education.
Guide to observing rocket launches, satellite and space shuttle overflights, meteor showers, etc. for southern California.
Works on preservation projects and preserves. Also offers free outdoor education programs and youth camps near Oak Glen.
Newsletter, history, journal, and system map.
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