Your nonprofit, public agency, or Tribe has the opportunity to participate in, contribute to, and benefit from this regional coalition.
The following nonprofits, public agencies, and Indigenous Tribes in the San Francisco Bay Area have joined this new regional coalition:
- Amah Mutsun Land Trust*
- Bay Area Ridge Trail Council*
- California Invasive Plant Council* (Cal-IPC)
- Coastside Land Trust*
- East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy
- Grassroots Ecology*
- Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
- Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
- Marin County Parks*
- Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District*
- Paula Lane Action Network (PLAN)
- Peninsula Open Space Trust*
- Pie Ranch*
- San Francisco Bay Trail*
- San Francisco Public Utilities Commission*
- San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department*
- Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department*
- Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority*
- Save Mount Diablo*
- Save the Redwoods League
- Sempervirens Fund
- Solano Land Trust*
- Sonoma Ag and Open Space District*
- Sonoma County Regional Parks*
- Sonoma Land Trust
- Student Conservation Association (SCA)
- Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE)
- The Field Semester*
- Urban Bird Foundation*
- Valley Water
- Youth Outside*
*Indicates Keystone Members, who have pledged 3 years of membership. This demonstrates their commitment to regional collaboration, and allows the coalition to make long-term plans with ongoing participation and support from its members.
Coalition members benefit from and contribute to
this coalition in the following ways:
- Leveraging the impact of your organization by participating in a policy agenda that prioritizes equitable outcomes for the region.
- Connecting with and learning from other members who have deep professional expertise in nature, people, and Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI).
- One vote on policy platform/agenda at the annual Summit
- Eligibility for representation on the organization’s Board of Directors
- Eligibility to serve on the organization’s working groups and committees.
- Listed on the organization’s website and other communications
- Annual dues
- A commitment to regional collaboration
- Attendance at the annual Summit to help set the organization’s policy platform/agenda
- Meeting space for working groups (if appropriate) and/or hosting small meetings
- Staff time, as appropriate, on working groups and to support governance and/or programs
Dues for Members can be found here. We do not want to turn anyone away for lack of funds. If the membership dues are cost prohibitive to your organization, please email Annie Burke at email@example.com.
Becoming a member is a two-step process:
We welcome companies to be a part of this coalition as Affiliates. Affiliates are large and small companies like consulting firms, law firms, and other private companies who are interested in supporting a regional coalition for a healthy and resilient Bay Area. Affiliates pay annual dues, are listed on the website, and are invited to sponsor and attend the annual Summit.
This is a great way of marketing your business to the nonprofits, public agencies, and Indigenous Tribes that are members of the coalition. And it is a great way to be a part of the regional community of organizations working on climate resiliency and social equity.
Affiliate dues can be found here.
*Indicates Keystone Affiliates, who have pledged to be a part of this coalition for 3 years.
Signing up to be an Affiliate is a two-step process:
Questions about joining? Contact Suzanne Beahrs at firstname.lastname@example.org