California Biodiversity Council
c/o University of California
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Program Support Unit
Ag Field Station Building
One Shields Avenue
Davis, California 95616
(530) 752-2196 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
- California Climate Action Registry
CCAR was established by California statute as a non-profit voluntary registry for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The purpose of the Registry is to help companies and organizations with operations in the state to establish GHG emissions baselines against which any future GHG emission reduction requirements may be applied.
- The Great Valley Center
Supporting the economic, social and environmental well-being of California's Great Central Valley, the Great Valley Center, based in Modesto, makes grants to local efforts in a range of topic areas, provides technical support, and holds events on issues important to the Valley's future.
- Marine, Coastal and Watershed Resource Directory
The California Coastal Commission, maintains this extensive directory of educational resources and programs, volunteer opportunities and internship possibilities in California that address marine, coastal and watershed topics.
- The Institute for Ecological Health
Based in Davis, California, the Institute for Ecological Health connects the conservation of rural landscapes and a viable agricultural economy to the conservation and enhancement of wildlife habitat, native biodiversity and ecological functions.
- The Sierra Biodiversity Institute
Over the course of its 20 years the Sierra Biodiversity Institute has sponsored and contributed to many programs and projects that have improved biodiversity in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.
- The Cal Alive! Project
The Cal Alive Project is a non-profit organization that creates educational software about biodiversity in California.
- The California Academy of Sciences
The California Academy of Sciences provides a very informative website. Find articles, research, and a large photo database.
- The University of California Cooperative Extension
UCCE holds a variety of intensive short courses designed for scientists, regulatory personnel, and members of community groups alike.
- California Native Plant Society
Specializing in California plants and ecology, the CNPS aims to preserve native flora and contribute to the knowledge of the public.
- The Society for Conservation Biology Network
SCBN has a wealth of biodiversity-related resources.
- The Biodiversity Project
The Biodiversity Project is an environmental organization that is working to protect, restore and conserve North America's land and water resources.
- The Natural Resource Project Inventory (NRPI)
The California Biodiversity Council co-sponsored this project with the University of California, Davis.
- World Resources Institute
WRI is an environmental think tank that goes beyond research to find practical ways to protect the earth and improve people's lives.
- The Wilderness Society
The Wilderness Society has been working to protect America's Wilderness since 1935 through science, advocacy and education.
- The National Wildlife Federation
The National Wildlife Federation inspires Americans to protect wildlife for our children's future.
- Quincy Library Group
QLG has approached the inter-dependent goals of forest health and community stability from different angles, because it believes that sustainable resource management must have a sound technical foundation, a broad political base, and strong local participation.