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Water Education Foundation

Facing the challenges of sustainably managing and sharing water — our most precious natural resource — requires collaboration, education and outreach. The Water Education Foundation, an impartial nonprofit that was founded in 1977, has put water resource issues in California and the West in context to inspire a deep understanding of and appreciation for water.

Salmonid Restoration Federation

The mission of Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) is to promote restoration and stewardship of California’s native salmon, steelhead, and trout populations and their habitat.

The Great Valley Center

The American Leadership Forum – Great Valley Chapter (ALF) promotes collaborative networks of diverse leaders who initiate ideas and action for the vitality of the Central Valley of California

Cal Trout

Our roots at CalTrout are among passionate anglers concerned with the threats facing our state’s unique and awe-inspiring wild fisheries.

California Irrigation Institute

The oldest independent forum on irrigation and water in California.

Madera-Chowchilla RCD

The Madera/Chowchilla Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) aims to provide landowners and managers with educational materials to help manage their property’s resources. Our organization was designed to evolve with the changing needs of the people and land, to ensure the Madera – Chowchilla area is home to thriving and resilient communities, landscapes, and economies.

Wildlife Conservation Board

The Wildlife Conservation Board protects, restores and enhances California's spectacular natural resources for wildlife and for the public's use and enjoyment.

Vollmar Natural Lands Consulting

Vollmar Natural Lands Consulting, Inc. (VNLC) is a natural resources consulting and research company providing expertise on the technical and regulatory aspects of natural resource assessment, impact analysis, mitigation, conservation, restoration, and land stewardship.

Sierra RCD

We’re working to meet the present and future natural resource needs of the local land user.

East Stanislaus RCD

The East Stanislaus RCD provides local resource conservation for more than 984 square miles east of the San Joaquin River.

Carbon Cycle Institute

CCI works to advance carbon cycle solutions

California Climate and Agriculture Network

CalCAN seeks a widespread transition to sustainable and organic agricultural systems that are increasingly resilient, environmentally sound and healthy, and that provide climate benefits, protect our natural resources, sustain our food security, provide for economically vibrant agricultural communities, and maintain our finite agricultural lands.

Welcome to the EMRCD!

The EMRCD is a not-for-profit, special district 170(c)(1), that solely operates on donations, grants, contracts and special fundraising events. It is governed by a Board of Directors, and quality staff, to ensure all community-based efforts help Merced County.


In accordance with California SB 272, the EMRCD provides a list of “enterprise” systems that are used across multiple departments or that contain information collected about the public and are systems that serve as original sources of data within an agency. The enterprise catalog can be viewed by clicking here.

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