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


Hamilton City Ecosystem Restoration Project

The Hamilton City Ecosystem Restoration Project will involve constructing a 6.8-mile setback levee that will reconnect 1,480 acres of floodplain to the Sacramento River. River Partners is in the process of restoring the lands located inside the new setback levee to riparian habitat by for the benefit of wildlife and people. Read more here.

When Flood Safety and Wildlife Recovery Coincide or Collide

This levee breach at our San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge project has saved millions of dollars of investment in habitat restoration from damaging conditions, and is the only such example in California of a purposeful breach providing floodplain habitat connectivity to benefit people and wildlife. Read more.

Current Issue of The Journal

This latest issue of the River Partners Journal is online. You can download the PDF here or view the Journal in our new online viewer!

Summer Internship Job Openings Announced

Interested in an ecological restoration summer internship? We've got two openings from 6/20/18 through 8/20/18 in Turlock. More info 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. More info here.