The Conservation Partnership is always working on new projects throughout Alameda County! Our projects conserve natural resources while supporting agricultural improvements within our county and surrounding areas.
Our work enhances wildlife habitat within our county’s diverse ecosystems, including grasslands, woodlands, and streams.
We provide support to beginning and established agricultural producers. Through our educational programs, we work to connect both youth and adults to the land, thereby ensuring that the benefits of our restoration efforts and conservation planning extend far beyond the public and private landowners with whom we work with directly.
We collaborate with many partners on our projects, including local, state, and federal agencies, organizations, corporations, non-profits, and local individuals.
Our projects often involve species management and habitat restoration, rangeland ecology and resilience strategies, urban agriculture initiatives, workshops and field tours, and conservation and stewardship educational opportunities. We can also provide technical and monitoring assistance with your projects. Contact us to learn how we can support your project.