rock formations of Mark West Creek
Friends of Friends




Sonoma County Forest Conservation Working Group

A team with forestry and conservation expertise working together to provide education and resources to forest landowners
with the goal of protecting and sustaining healthy forests, woodlands, and watersheds in Sonoma County. Members represent forest landowners, local and regional land trusts, watershed councils, and state and local agencies.

Sotoyome RCD

Pepperwood Foundation


Community Clean Water Alliance

Russian River Keeper

Sonoma County Water Coalition

Laguna Foundation

O.W.L Foundation

Sonoma County Land Trust

County Ag and Open Space District

County Regional Parks Dept.

Permit & Resource Management Dept.

Sonoma County Water Agency

State Water Resources Control Board

NC Regional Water Quality Control Bd.

State Dept. of Fish and Game

State Dept. of Fish and Game Region 3

Rincon Valley VFD

Cal Fire (CDF)

Fire Safe Sonoma

CA Oak Mortality Task Force

Sonoma County Environmental Center

CA Native Plant Society

Green Belt Alliance

Madrone Audubon

Sierra Club, Sonoma Group

Trout Unlimited

Leadership Inst. for Ecology & Economy

Occidental Arts & Ecology Center

Russian River Interactive Info System

Russian River Watershed Council

Let us know who else to add to this list

Friends of the Mark West Watershed • 6985 Saint Helena Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Email • Tel: 707-538-5307 • Fax: 707-595-5322

Friends of the Mark West Watershed is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
FMWW’s Federal ID number is  81-2838263.

The views expressed on this website reflect those of the submitting writer(s).
They do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Friends of the Mark West Watershed or its members.
The FMWW does not warrant or assume legal liability or responsibility for
the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information disclosed.
FMWW encourages any and all community members and interested persons to attend
our monthly meetings to discuss these watershed issues.