Directory of Environmental Groups
Welcome to the SCCC Directory! Browse below for local environmental non-profits and social justice groups working on environmental issues. Use ‘Find Listings’ to search for organizations by keyword, use ‘Advanced Search’ to search by field, see list below to browse by category, or click on ‘View All Listings’ to scroll through the entries. Click on an organization’s name or logo to see an extended listing including contact information. Contact us to add your organization to the Directory.
- Agriculture & Food (9)
- Biodiversity (20)
- Climate Change & Energy (9)
- Coast (5)
- Environment (8)
- Forest (2)
- Justice (16)
- Land Use (12)
- Sustainability (15)
- Transportation (4)
- Waste & Recycling (4)
- Water (11)
- Wellness (3)
Our mission is to inspire and engage local residents to participate in the global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis.
The Atascadero and Green Valley Watershed is a water basin situated west of the city of Sebastopol in Sonoma County, California. The AGVWC's mission is to bring together the people who live and work in our watershed to help each other in taking responsibility for our impact on the watershed through protection, restoration and education.
Over 350 miles of Bay Area Ridge Trail are open for hikers, equestrians and cyclists. Enjoy stunning views and treasured open spaces - and help us close the gaps to connect all 550+ miles.
We are a wild bird rehabilitation center. Our purpose is to assist the public in the rescue of injured, orphaned or ill birds.
CNPS is a statewide organization whose goals are to increase understanding and appreciation of California's native plants, and to preserve them and their natural habitats for future generations. The Milo Baker Chapter of the California Native Plant Society (CNPS), named after the famous Santa Rosa Botanist, is located in Northern California's beautiful Sonoma County.
Our mission is to inspire, align, and mobilize action in response to the climate crisis. We work with business, government, youth and the broader community to advance practical, science-based solutions for significant greenhouse gas emission reductions.
We build healthy communities by restoring fresh, whole and organic food to its place as the foundation of health, and by connecting people in heart-centered ways to themselves, others and the earth.
The Coalition for a Better Sonoma County is a PAC that brings together organizations, groups and individuals to endorse political candidates who are aligned with our 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. We are environmentalists, union members, civic organizations, neighborhood activists, and concerned citizens, who believe that by working together we can make Sonoma County a better place.
CAFF's mission is to build sustainable food and farming systems through policy advocacy and on-the-ground programs that create more resilient family farms, communities and ecosystems.