Water Quality Programs

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Creek Stewardship

A partnership of Citizens, the City of Santa Rosa, and the Sonoma County Water Agency. The Creek Stewardship Program offers citizens who live, travel, and recreate along Santa Rosa's creeks the opportunity to protect and enhance the creeks they enjoy.

Environmental Discovery Center at Spring Lake

he Environmental Discovery Center at Spring Lake Regional Park is a natural history center featuring hands-on displays and exhibits designed primarily for children in elementary school.

Sonoma County Fish and Wildlife Commission

Establishes a county fish and wildlife propagation fund for the protection, conservation, propagation and preservation of fish and wildlife ) Information

Sonoma Ecology Center

Sonoma Ecology Center is committed to working with the community to make Sonoma Valley more thriving and sustainable than ever before.

Southern Sonoma County Resource Conservation District

The Sonoma RCD’s mission is to empower and partner with landowners and the community to address Sonoma County’s most pressing natural resource concerns.

SCWA Water Education Program

The Water Education Program utilizes a multifaceted approach to help students learn the value of water as an important natural resource. Our programs are FREE and aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. We teach inquiry-based, exploratory science. We provide classroom visits, field trips, and curriculum materials for students located within our service area.

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