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Partners for a Clean Watershed


Calif Department of Fish and Wildlife

California Dept of Fish and Wildlife - We work closely with this Agency in supporting their watershed protection efforts along the Santa Clara County waterways. As the permitting party for fishery and stream restoration efforts, they support our work surveying our watershed for Chinook populations and provide oversight for our vegetation management projects.

DeAnza College

Cities of Service - Through the Mayor’s Office, with the City of San Jose, we have secured grant monies supporting our expansion onto the main stem of the Guadalupe River.

City of Campbell

City of Campbell Parks Department - They have been a supporter of our organization since it's inception in 2013. They have provided much needed storage facilities, supplies, and have connected us with volunteers for cleanup events.

City of San Jose

The City of San José has provided many types of support, including grants, trash collection, supplies, and rangers. As a close partner, we continue to work on restoring our local watershed. Efforts include:

DeAnza College

De Anza College - Through the College’s Environmental Studies Department, we have developed an on-going Water Testing Program for our waterways, using an SBCCC provided water-testing device. In addition, we regularly participate as guest instructors who present relevant topics about our local streams.

Flycasters

Flycasters of San Jose - This organization provides our group with annual grants that support our on-going costs; additionally, this group provides even greater help by providing hundreds of volunteer hours that their members consistently provide at our TEAM 222 Cleanups.

Google

Google - This organization has continued to pour their employees into numerous cleanups. We have benefited from their Volunteer Donation Program, where employees'hours spent working is converted into funding that is later made available to our organization.

Guadalupe-Coyote Resources

Guadalupe-Coyote Resource Conservation District - They are an independent, special district of the State of California, with whom we work closely to keep them informed on our watershed's condition. We have also participated in their past partnership meetings, and received grant funding in support of our cleanup efforts.

Guadalupe River Park Conservancy - They provide community leadership for the development and active use of the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens through education, advocacy, and stewardship.

Hands on Bay Area

Hands On Bay Area - They act as the facilitator for corporate groups seeking volunteer opportunities by matching them up with organizations like ours.

Home Depot

Home Depot - Through their Community Outreach team, we have received industrial shelving, tools, and manpower through their employees who have participated in our local cleanups.

Intel Corp

Intel - They have supported our group by providing employee volunteers at annual cleanups and by supporting our operations with grant funding.

Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful

Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful - Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful provides community leadership by bringing related community groups and public agencies affiliated with Coyote Creek, in Santa Clara County, California, to take action toward restoring the creek through cleanups and plantings, recreation and cultural activities, and through educational partnerships.

Patagonia

Patagonia Palo Alto - The store has generously provided several grants to support our need for cleanup supplies for our volunteers.

San Jose Chapter-CCC

San Jose Conservation Corp - SJCC provides young adults with an opportunity to work in the restoration field. This partnership has included working together on creek cleanups and vegetation management projects.

Santa Clara County Parks

San Jose State University - SJSU students and staff have worked closely with SBCCC to develop and work on recycled trash art, salmon surveying, cleanup efforts, and make three internships available to us.

Santa Clara County Parks

Santa Clara County Park's - Their�six-decade legacy of providing outstanding recreational opportunities in beautiful natural locations has resulted in one of the largest regional park systems in California. Since the first County parkland was acquired in 1924, the Santa Clara County park system has grown to include 28 regional parks encompassing over 52,000 acres of land.

Silicon Valley Water District

The Santa Clara Valley Water District - SCVWD is the lead organization with oversight of our local waterways. We rely on their staff for cleanup support and regularly participate in their grant program for our continued operations.

Sierra Club

Sierra Club - Working with their local chapter, they support our cleanup and special projects with volunteers.

West Valley Clean Water Program

West Valley Clean Water Program - This is a cooperative effort of Campbell, Monte Sereno, Saratoga and the Town of Los Gatos to protect our watershed.

Watershed Watch

The Watershed Watch Campaign is a public education initiative of the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP), an association of fifteen government agencies in Santa Clara Valley. The Campaign is dedicated to raising awareness about protecting watersheds and preventing storm water pollution. Their website provides free resources and easy everyday ways to prevent pollution in your neighborhood, our local creeks, and in the Bay.