|There are many good organizations working towards trying to bring about positive changes in how our current water system works and trying to restore our wilderness. Consider making a financial donation or volunteering your time with them:
Save the Bay is the oldest and largest organization working exclusively to protect, restore and celebrate San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco Bay Keeper is the pollution watchdog of the Bay.
Tuolumne River Trust promotes the stewardship of the Tuolumne River and its tributaries to ensure a healthy watershed.
Wholly h20 seeks to equip the residents of California with information and skills to conserve water through efficient use, and rainwater, graywater, stormwater and blackwater re-use and recycling. A comprehensive resource of information!
The Mono Lake Committee has been working for 25 years to protect Mono Lake from excessive water diversions to Los Angeles through litigation, legislation, cooperation, and most importantly, public support.
Restore Hetch Hetchy is dedicated to educating the public regarding the benefits and importance of restoring Hetch Hetchy valley and promoting the conservation and protection of the natural habitat and ecosystems of Hetch Hetchy Valley and its associated natural resources, including the Tuolumne River;
Friends of the River is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring California's rivers, streams, and their watersheds. The organization accomplishes its mission by providing public education, citizen activist training and organizing, and expert advocacy to influence public policy decisions on land, water, and energy management issues.
California Urban Water Conservation Council was created to increase efficient water use statewide through partnerships among urban water agencies, public interest organizations, and private entities.
American Rivers has been dedicated to protecting and restoring healthy, natural rivers and the variety of life they sustain for people, fish and wildlife since 1973.