River Partners' mission is to create wildlife habitat for the benefit of people and the environment.

   

Restoration Starts
at Panorama Vista Preserve

Restoration started off in Oct. 2014 with volunteers planting 3,000 trees and shrubs on 30 acres. 3,000 more will be planted on those 30 acres. A second phase will involve planting 27,000 trees on 136 acres of the land. Read more.

From The Journal:
Rewilding California Rivers

Our May 2014 issue of The Journal is now online, and celebrates 15 years of River Partners restoration work. Check out the lead story, written by our co-founder and president John Carlon.

August 2014 Issue of The Journal

You can download the PDF here. You can view all back issues here.

Job Opening for California Central Valley Regional Director

The Central Valley Regional Director will work with River Partners Senior Management Team to identify, develop, fund, and manage riparian restoration and environmental protection projects in California’s Central Valley. Key duties include working with stakeholders to build effective partnerships, writing grants, submitting bids, and negotiating cooperative partnerships. This position will also represent River Partners to the general public, elected officials, agency partners, and the scientific community. More information here.

Record of Decision Released for Llano seco Riparian Sanctuary Unit Restoration

Download the 13 MB PDF Record of Decision here. There's more about the project here.

We’re an approved 1% partner!

1% member businesses on every continent give at least 1% of their top-line sales to charities like ours. If you're a business, please consider supporting us, and make giving back a part of the way you do business. More information is on the 1% website.