The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy is a community-based non-profit organization working with partners to permanently protect the open space, natural scenic beauty, wildlife, habitat, and watershed of the Ojai Valley for current and future generations.
Founded in 1979, the LPFA is an official non-profit 501(c)(3) partner of the Los Padres National Forest. Their mission is to care for the Los Padres Forest, ensuring it thrives and remains safe and open for the people to use and enjoy.
Paso Pacifico aims to restore and protect the endangered dry tropical forest and coastal ecosystems of Mesoamerica's Pacific Slope. Their approach protects biodiversity where people already live. By working with local communities, landowners, and partner organizations, they restore and protect the habitats that form building blocks for wildlife corridors.
The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves, and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research, and education.
Channel Islands Restoration protects rare and endangered plants and animals by restoring habitat in sensitive and unique natural areas on the California Channel Islands and adjacent mainland. They educate about the value of native habitat and how to protect it. They create collaborative relationships within the environmental community.
Gaviota Coast Conservancy is dedicated to protecting the rural character and environmental integrity of the Gaviota Coast for present and future generations.
Heal the Ocean focuses on wastewater infrastructure – sewers and septic systems – as well as ocean dumping practices that have contributed to ocean pollution.