Coastal Ocean Mammal and Bird Education and Research Surveys (BeachCOMBERS)has trained volunteers to survey beached marine birds and mammals monthly at selected sections of beaches throughout the Monterey Bay area. The program is a collaborative project between Moss Landing Marine Laborato...[Full Record]
The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a statewide non-profit organization of amateurs and professionals with a common interest in California's native plants. CNPS seeks to increase understanding and appreciation of California's native plants and to preserve them in their natural ha...[Full Record]
The Community Action Board of Santa Cruz, Inc. (CAB) is celebrating over 50 years of Community Action! CAB operates 6 programs assisting close to 10,000 low-income people with emergency, sustaining/self sufficiency services and serves an additional 7,000+ with requests for information and ...[Full Record]
Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks (Friends) is an entrepreneurial nonprofit sustaining the legacy of our state parks and beaches. Learn more at ThatsMyPark.org or via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest....[Full Record]
Loch Lomond is open from March 1 through Labor Day and then Saturdays and Sundays though mid October of each year. Some park activities may be limited later in the season if drought conditions persist. Entrance fees are $6 per vehicle.
The Recreation Section operates and maintains Loch ...[Full Record]
Mountain Parks Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established in 1973 as one of the first three California State Park Cooperating Associations.
Mountain Parks Foundation supports the nature education and enrichment programs offered at Henry Cowell and Big Basin Redwoo...[Full Record]
Resource Conservation Districts provide free, non-discriminatory assistance and educational opportunities to agricultural producers, land users, educators, and anyone with land-based resource conservation needs, on a strictly voluntary basis. Conservation projects may include: conservation...[Full Record]
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Water is a precious natural resource that is vital to our health and welfare and to the economy of the Central Coast region where we live. In the city of Santa Cruz, we rely entirely on local sources for our community’s drinking water sup...[Full Record]
The Fish and Wildlife Advisory Commission advises the board of supervisors on any matters pertaining to fish and game in the county, including the natural habitat, wildlife, and environment in general. The Commission also makes recommendations, consistent with the policies and regulations ...[Full Record]